Born in Częstochowa, Poland, Malwina Tkacz is a student at the University of Warsaw with a double major in law and philosophy. She is also a graduate of the Warsaw British Law Centre. In 2019, Malwina spent a semester studying at the University of Lincoln and was awarded a fellowship at the Hong Kierkegaard Library, St. Olaf College in Minnesota. Malwina is interested in social thought, Christian existentialism, human rights and the feminist movement. She is a poet, singer-songwriter and aspires for a career in academia and to publish her first book.
Updated May 2020
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Check out Humanity in Action Poland visuals on "Disability and Human Rights"
The visuals have been prepared in a social media-friendly format (for instance, Instagram stories). Feel free to share them widely!
JEJpodcast. Podcast about Women Issues
The Action Project of Malwina Tkacz - student of law and philosophy as well as a Fellow of 2020 Humanity in Action Warsaw Fellowship/Academy of Human Rights - is going to explore the views of other young men and women in other cultures about what it means to be a woman in current times.
The motivation of our Fellows to act for human rights presented in a short video
Organizacje społeczne. To działa, one of HIA Poland Fellowship's media partners, together with our Fellows created a short video where they tell about their motivation to act for human rights.
We did it! The 15th edition of the Academy of Human Rights was held 100% online
During three intense weeks 23 outstanding young leaders and activists took part in and actively contributed to the 15th edition of the Academy of Human Rights.
For the first time 100% online! 15th edition of the Academy of Human Rights began
The decision was not easy. How to sensibly transfer the Academy of Human Rights / Humanity in Action Fellowship to the Internet in... just two months?
Humanity in Action Poland Announces the 2020 Polish and Ukrainian Fellows Cohort
From a competitive pool of applicants, 11 Fellows from Poland and two from Ukraine were selected to join the 2020 Humanity in Action Fellows cohort.