Adam is a law graduate of University of Warsaw, Poland. He wrote his thesis at the Human Rights Institute in Warsaw. Recently, he spent time in China, where he joined Zhicheng Public Interest Law, a leading Chinese NGO that deals with migrant workers and children’s rights. Issues of migration are consistently present in his professional work and volunteer engagements. At the Polish Drug Policy Network, where he works as a lawyer, he works on issues such as social justice, equality before the law, and harm reduction. He also volunteers at an informal organization supporting sex workers, a field of work very much affected by migration. Adam is a Humanity in Action Fellow (Berlin Fellowship 2017).
Updated May 2019