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Humanity in Action Poland Announces the 2022 Polish Fellows Cohort
Humanity in Action is pleased to announce the newly-selected Fellows joining the Polish cohort of 2022.
Tomasz on Holocaust, the Russia-Ukraine War and Refugees
Senior Landecker Fellow Tomasz Cebulski wrote multiple opinion pieces on the paths of memory in today's reality. The articles have been published by multiple news outlets including The Times of Israel and Kyiv Post.
Application (11 STAGES) for special educational tasks
On March 3, we organized a webinar on "Unforgettable history lessons. How to include applications in historical education?", focused on the first educational and activist mobile application of its kind, 11 STAGES, created by Humanity in Action Polska.
Zuzanna Krzatala Houses Ukrainian Refugees
Humanity in Action Senior Fellow and now staff member of the Polish office, Zuzanna Krzatala, opens up her home to a family of Ukrainian refugees.
Magdalena Szarota speaks at a Lancaster University rally
Magda Szarota, a human rights advocate and the Ombudsperson of Humanity in Action Poland, recently spoke at a rally in solidarity with Ukrainian people. The event was organized by Lancaster University Student Union.
In Support of Ukraine
Humanity in Action's official statement in support of Ukraine.
Starr Forum: Autocracy’s Assault on Press Freedom
Senior Fellow Paulina Milewska joined an online discussion on the state of media freedom in Poland, Hungary and Russia at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Building bridges between past and future. Reflections after “History, herstory, our story. How to teach about the difficult past through bios and local history?” webinar
The date of our meeting was purposeful - we met on the eve of the 77th anniversary of the liberation of the former German Nazi Concentration and Extermination Camp Auschwitz-Birkenau and a day before the International Holocaust Remembrance Day established by the UN to commemorate the killing of Jews and other minorities such as Roma, LGBT and people with disabilities.