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We help global changemakers fund their impact ideas. This year, we are looking for projects related to the theme of Democracy and the Politics of Memory.
News and Events
Senior Fellow community at Atlas of Weeds exhibit
“Untold Stories | Forgotten Places of Memory” Free educational materials
“Untold Stories | Forgotten Places of Memory” - Free Educational Materials for Teachers and Educators
>> "Diversity, wonderful, open-minded people, professional approach of the trainers, testimony of history. Engaging way of conveying the information." This is how one of the participants summed up the participation in the international project "Untold Stories | Forgotten Places of Memory".
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.
ARTIVISM - on the use of Art as a social transformation tool
Inspired by the collective actions of Youth Peace Ambassadors Network, Maciej Rotowski of the 2019 Warsaw Fellowship organized a 5 day-long training on artivism in Spain. Together with YPAN he brought together artists and activists and equipped them with necessary tools to advance peace and human rights.
Musings on patriotism, Polishness and... pierogi!
Natalia Grzankowska and Julia Konarska of the 2019 HIA Warsaw Fellowship share on their IG profile @kto_ty_jestes personal stories of belonging and identity, in particular giving voice to Poland’s historically marginalized groups.
“Stereotype Breakers”. Perception of Jewish community and culture in Poland
Magdalena Fuchs has long been fascinated by the Jewish culture and interreligious dialogue. It was only natural that her idea for the Action Project had to involve education and tolerance. As a lawyer and human rights activist, she knows best the value of teaching solidarity with minority groups and the real danger of hate speech.