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On People with Disabilities
As a way of celebrating the International Day of People with Disabilities, Humanity in Action Poland adds a new publication to its popular interactive book series.
We connect passionate people.
All our Fellows conduct a hands-on local civil society initiative, an "Action Project." Check out some of our community's projects from recent months.
Hospitality Initiative (Inicjatywa Gośc-inność)
Humanity in Action Senior Fellow Nina Lazarcyzk created educational cooking workshops called Hospitality Workshops (GośćInność) dedicated for the youth, run by migrants and refugees in order to bring people together.
Conflict Kitchen (Kuchnia Konfliktu)
Conflict Kitchen (Kuchnia Konfliktu) is a socially-involved restaurant co-created with refugees which serves dishes from those regions which are currently in the midst of war.
#GirlPowerAcademy is a project launched by #MamyGlos, which sought to educate and empower Polish girls to stand up, and to speak up regarding feminism and female empowerment.
News and Events
Humanity in Action Poland Board Member awarded title: Ambassador of Persons with Disabilities
Humanity in Action Poland Board Member Magda Szarota named Ambassador of Persons with Disabilities by Ambassador of the UN Convention of the Rights of People with Disabilities in recognition of her work and advocacy for people with disabilities in Poland and abroad.
10 Books on Sexuality for the Holidays
Humanity in Action Senior Fellows Sylwia Vargas and Gosia Kot, among others, had their book on LGBTQIAP issues and definitions featured in Vogue Poland.
8 Ideas For Social Campaigns – How To Be An Upstander?
Presentation of social campaigns at the Austrian Culture forum in collaboration with Humanity in Action and special guest speaker Dr. Adam Bodnar, Polish Ombudsman.
Become a Fellow
Every year, new Humanity in Action Fellows come together in six cities across Europe and the United States to study how and why people confront intolerance and protect democratic values.
01 Year duration
135 Fellows per year