Marcelina Rosińska finished her Master’s Degree in Law at Adam Mickiewicz University. Her master’s thesis is about the impact of the refugee crisis on the European Union. As an erasmus+ scholar she had a chance to study at the Catholic University of Valencia, Aristotle Univerity of Thessalonik,i and University of Lisbon. Moreover, she gained her working experience in Spain while interning in the legal department of Movimiento por la Paz, el Desarme y la Libertad, in Kazakhstan during Astana Expo 2017 and at Adamastor organization in Portuga (EVS). Thanks to that she speaks Spanish, English, Portuguese, Russian, and, of course, Polish. She has been actively contributing to the organization of vast conferences, workshops, and open lectures. Moreover, she is a Project Manager of Prawo warte Poznania- a project aiming at raising legal awareness of citizens.
In 2021 Marcelina was recognized for the Mental Health Buddies Network, which is a grass-roots project formed from an Action Project of Humanity in Action Fellowship.
Updated April 2021
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2019 Warsaw Fellowship Blog
During the 2019 Warsaw Fellowship, our Fellows wrote daily blogs of their experiences during the Fellowship. Read their reflections here.
HIA Senior Fellow Marcelina Rosińska named one of "25 under 25" by the Forbes magazine and McKinsey & Company Warsaw!
Congratulations to our Senior Fellow!
Series of workshops: „Sexuality without any taboos”
Mental Health Buddies Network, the Action Project of Marcelina Rosińska, the HIA Poland activist network member, began a series of workshops „Sexuality without any taboos” - everything you always wanted to know about sex but were afraid to ask!
Mental Health Buddies Network (Sieć Przyjaciół Zdrowia Psychicznego)
Mental Health Buddies has become a widely recognized and award-winning grass-roots project. Its core objective is to ensure that every person struggling with a mental health problem – i.e. anyone who has ever felt isolated, misunderstood, or stigmatized – receives the necessary support.
Love is My Religion
2019 Warsaw Fellow Marcelina Rosińska reflects upon the role of religion in Polish society and argues that religion should unite rather than divide.
Humanity in Action Poland Announces the 2019 Polish and Ukrainian Fellows Cohort