Civic education project kicks off!

The European Foundation of Human Rights (EFHR) is pleased to invite the teachers and the students of tenth to twelfth grade of Polish schools to take part in the innovative educational project called “European, Poles, Citizens”. The long-term aim of the project is to increase civic awareness and rights of national minorities among young Polish…

Trainings for teachers have come to an end

Between the 6th – 7th, and 13th – 14th September in the headquarter of the European Foundation of Human Rights (EFHR), there were the free trainings for the teachers of history and social studies from the Polish schools in Lithuania carried out. The trainings were organized by EFHR within implementing the innovative educational project “Europeans,…

Lectures on human rights in Polish schools

The traditional free trainings on human rights, organized by the European Foundation of Human Rights (EFHR) in Polish schools in Lithuania, are over. Knowledge about society and human rights were deepened by the students of the 7 Polish schools both in Vilnius, and in the Vilnius district. The lecturers were given in the secondary school…

Free trainings for teachers of social studies!

We would like to invite teachers from the Polish schools to take part in implementation of the innovative educational project called “Europeans, Poles, Citizens”. The aim of the project is to implement the new curriculum of teaching social studies that would shape the attitude of citizenship among the youth in Lithuania. In 2012, with the…

EFHR trip campaign coming to an end

The European Foundation of Human Rights’ two-week campaign of trips has come to an end on last Saturday on the Vilnius City Hall square. Between the 21st and the 31st of August, EFHR’s officials represented the Foundation in towns and villages of the Vilnius region, on a daily basis. The inhabitants of Nemenčinė, Bezdonys, Trakai,…

Charity Actions of EFHR in orphanages

As a part of awareness campaign, the European Foundation of Human Rights (EFHR) team has recently visited many towns and cities in Vilnius Region, also visiting orphanages. The EFHR employees were involved in charity actions and have met with pupils from orphanages in Podbrodzie and Soleczniki. Collected gifts: clothes, toys, school supplies and books as…

The European Foundation of Human Rights receives the training in the Netherlands

Tomasz Prądzyński, the trainee of the European Foundation of the Human Rights (EFHR), had the honour of representing our Foundation in the 5th International Training SpeakOut 2013, held by the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organisation (UNPO) in Leiden and the Hague in the Netherlands in the second week of August. The conference aimed at gathering…

The EFHR in Medininkai

The historical gala “Odyssey of Soldier” was held in Medininkai on 11th August in order to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the January Uprising of 1863. In connection with this, the European Foundation of Human Rights (EFHR) organized the trip do the Medininkai Culture Centre in order to celebrate this special day and to acquaint…

International Human Rights Training is over

The International Human Rights Training, organised by the European Foundation of Human Rights (EFHR) and held in English, finished on August 6. The training was conducted by prominent law experts: dr Fernand de Varenness, dr Elżbieta Kuzborska, and dr Łukasz Wardyn. During the training, which took place on August 5 and 6, 2013, the participants…

Free training on International Human Rights!

The European Foundation of Human Rights is pleased to invite You to International Human Rights Training on 5- 6thof August 2013, during which participants will have the opportunity to deepen their practical and theoretical knowledge on European and International Human Rights law. During the training case law from European Court of Human Rights and Court…

„Second Step“ in Moldova

In the beginning of June European Foundation of Human Rights participated in “Second Step” organized by Danish United Nations Association in Moldova, “country of Miracles”.  Promoters from Romania, Georgia, Denmark, Lithuania, Ukraine, and Moldova were invited to attend a 10 – days training, based on non – formal learning, which objectives were to strengthen democracy…

EFHR’s workshops at schools in May

The lectures were given by dr. Łukasz Wardyn – an expert in international law dealing with issues connected to human rights and national minorities. During the lectures, key issues, such as the notion of democracy and its faces in the today’s world, the importance of election and voting and of being an active citizen were…

Europe Day Celebration

Every year on the 9th of May we celebrate Europe Day. And this year was no exception. The European Foundation of Human Rights (EFHR) organized a trip to Vilnius city centre (Łuskiski plac), in order to celebrate this day. We set up a stall, which attracted the attention of many passersby, including tourists and Vilnius…

Anti-Hate Speech Movement Training

The Department of Youth of the Council of Europe would like to invite all young internet activists interested in cases of human rights violations, violence in general, aggression, discrimination and racism to apply for participation in a series of free training courses that are set to take place between February 2013 and March 2014 in…

We encourage you to participate in international training courses in Poland!

Estonian Foundation Noored Ühiskonna Heaks offers trainings entitled ‘CoexEast’, which will take place in March 13 – 20 this year in Bielsko-Biała, Poland. CoexEst – is an international project with the primary objective to analyse the problems of discrimination and xenophobia in a globalised world.  There will be also discussed other topics such as intercultural…

EFHR in Porto – “What about Gender” training course

Between the 23rd of November and the 1st of December, an organisation specialising in hosting  courses related to inter-cultural dialogue called ConnectART, held a training course in Porto (Portugal) named “What about gender” (Co na temat płci). Almost 30 participants from 10 European countries took part in the training, who represented various NGOs. Lithuania was represented by two trainees of the EFHR, Kamil Szwarc and Krzysztof Górski and also an employee of our organisation, Zbigniew Malewski.

Summary of recent training (23rd-24th of November)

On last Friday and Saturday, the European Foundation of Human Rights organised free training sessions on Human Rights, in Vilnius’s Władysław Syrokomla’s College. The course’s participants were mainly teachers but the event was also attended by students of local universities and colleges.

The training was led by specialists in the field of Human Rights – Dr. Laura Koba, Dr. Łukasz Wardyn and Professor Wiesław Wacławczyk.

EFHR on trainings in Finland

On 12-17 November 2012 in Finland, a conference was held titled “Wake Up Europe: It’s Time to Act! Creative approaches to tackle discrimination”. The aim of this conference was to share the latest strategies and practices in the “European movement against discrimination”.

The conference included the plenary sessions, working in groups, lectures, workshops, presentations, debates,

“Conducting cases of violation of human rights in the European Court of Human Rights and the Court of Justice of the European Union – the procedure and formal requirements” – in English

The European Foundation of Human Rights is pleased to invite you to a subsequently training (the first one was conducted on 19 October 2012 ), during which participants will have the opportunity to deepen their knowledge on the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union as a practical tool for conducting cases of violation of human rights  as well as Case law analysis from European Court of Human Rights and the Court of Justice of the European Union. 

EFHR took part in the International Day Against Fascism and Antisemitism

International Day Against Fascism and Antisemitism  – is an annual commemoration of the Jews killed in the Nazi Germany during ‘Kristallnacht’ (Crystal Night) pogrom that occurred on the 9th of November 1938, commemorated internationally since 1989. Since 1995 the commemoration is coordinated by the biggest in Europe charity organisation against nationalism, fascism and racism – UNITED for Intercultural Action which takes action mostly for migrants and refugees.