Discussion: What is happening on the border? Humanitarian crisis on the European Union's external border

Discussion: What is happening on the border? Humanitarian crisis on the European Union's external border

We invite you to the discussion "What is happening on the border? Humanitarian crisis on the European Union's external border"

The discussion will be attended by:

  • Janina Ochojska
  • dr Hanna Machińska
  • Piotr Skrzypczak 

The meeting will be moderated by Joanna Markin.

The event will be broadcasted live on the Facebook profile Narodnyj.dim from 7:45 pm and in the theatre hall of the Ukrainian House in Przemyśl, 5 Kościuszki Street.

We encourage you to ask questions in the comments!

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The event is part of the 19th WATCH DOCS Traveling Film Festival in Przemysl and the watchdocstogether.eu project.
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Photo copyrights: Robert Łukaszewicz

 

The discussion is being held with the financial support of the European Union under the European Parliament's communications grant programme.This communication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. The European Parliament has not been involved in the preparation of the materials; the information provided is not binding on it and it accepts no responsibility or liability whatsoever with regard to the information and positions expressed within the framework of the project, which, according to the applicable rules, is the sole responsibility of the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights. The European Parliament cannot be held responsible either for direct or indirect damages that may result from the project.

  • Janina Ochojska - humanitarian activist, founder and President of Polish Humanitarian Action, democratic opposition activist in communist Poland, member of the European Parliament in the 9th term.  

  • Dr Hanna Machińska - lawyer and academic teacher, doctor of law. Between 1991 and 2017 Director of the Council of Europe Office in Warsaw, since 2017 Deputy Ombudsman.

  • Piotr Skrzypczak - activist of the Granica Group, social activist, mediator, academic teacher. Has been working in the field of human rights for many years. Co-founder of the Homo Faber association in Lublin. 

Moderation: Joanna Markin - a psychologist, psychotherapist, social activist, member and co-founder of the "Together for the 100th Consistent Initiative of Przemyśl Citizens for the 100th Anniversary of Poland's Independence"