The Second Congress was organized in the centenary of Polish independence, but also in 70 years from the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and in 25 years after Poland was bound by the provisions of the European Convention on Human Rights. The purpose of the Congress was the debate on current challenges in the protection of human and civil rights in Poland, guaranteed in the Constitution and international treaties ratified by our country. Congress was
During the congress, we could hear two of our members:
Anna Makówka-Kwapisiewicz in the panel “Policy of the state towards minorities – the need for change”.
Anna Zielińska, who led the workshop “Crimes motivated by hatred”.