"Human Rights Tent" will be open from August 1st until August 4th. It will host different non-profit and educational initiatives run by non-governmental organizations, such as Ombudsman's Office, Watchdog Poland, the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights, ClientEarth (lawyers for Earth), World Wide Fund for Nature Poland, Iustitia (society of Polish judges), and judge Arkadiusz Krupa.
You will be able to seek advice from the Ombudsman's members of staff, in particular on questions concerning legal advice and explaining the work of the office. You will also be able to take part in interesting debates:
#MeToo a year later - a debate about sexual harassment and social implications of #MeToo movement
Online hate and hate speech - a debate about the rising phenomenon of hate speech and online bullying
Free courts - a debate about the Polish judicial system
You will also be able to catch up with Adam Bodnar and explore activities of different NGOs.
associates lawyers working to protect nature - involved in clean air initiatives and defending bio-diversity in Polish forests.
Fado social coop:
You will be able to experience the world from the perspective of a disabled person, by taking part in an interactive game.
You will be able to take part in sign language workshops.
Mock court hearing:
Take part in a simulation of a court hearing to learn more about court proceedings.
Learn about the activities undertaken by the organization and discover how to tell fake news from real information. You will also be able to discover the competencies of local government officials and get your creative juices flowing and DIY your own eco tote bag.
Emigrant's confession is a musical stand-up from Czesław Mozil.
Bestselling crime writer will be speaking about her passions - criminal puzzles, metal music and punk-rock.
The acclaimed photographer, an author of countless photo essays will be a speaker at the Academy of the Finest of Arts at PolAndRock Festival 2018.