14. ETHNO PORT POZNAŃ 2021 \ CLIMATE CHANGES AND HUMAN RIGHTS. MEETING WITH ADAM BODNAR
- PlaceGrand Hall
- Hour g. 12
- Date 4.09.2021
- Informations about entries free tickets to be collected at the ticket office of CK ZAMEK
conducted by: Ewa Wanat
Polish Sign Language interpreters: Eunika Lech, Joanna Mitschke-Mazur
meeting broadcast on Facebook: ck zamek, ethno port poznań and zamek czyta
The right to life, the right to self-determination, the right to physical and mental integrity, the right to clean air, the right to water - what connects fundamental human rights and climate changes? We will ask this question to our guest, Adam Bodnar.
Adam Bodnar - PhD in Law, Professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Warsaw. Ombudsman since 2015. Graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Warsaw. He also completed the LL.M. programme in the field of comparative constitutional law at the Central European University in Budapest. For years, he has been involved in human rights advocacy. He has also cooperated with a number of non-governmental organisations, including the Panoptykon Foundation, ClientEarth Polska and Prof. Zbigniew Hołda Association. In the years from 2010 to 2015, he was the Vice President of the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights. In 2020, the book entitled "Obywatel PL" [Polish Citizen], which is an interview conducted by Bartosz Bartosik with Adam Bodnar, was published (Mando Publishing House).