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We invite you to read the latest publication which provides an overview of the situation

European Foundation of Human Rights volunteer Oksana Baitala prepared the overview „Prospects of inclusion national minorities into Lithuanian society and
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Practical Guide How To Protect Your Rights in Lithuania, presented by Oksana Baitala, a volunteer

“Just recently arrived in Lithuania? Or have been living here for a couple of years or even longer? Still struggling
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New volunteer – Nicole Marchetti – in our Foundation’s team

Nicole Marchetti is a former student of languages and international relations and a digital health specialist. She completed her bachelor’s
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Meet our new trainee, Błażej Matuła!

Błażej Matuła is a student of international relations at the University of Lodz. He is currently on an Erasmus programme
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Ensuring Equality Through Mother Tongue-Based Education: Lessons from the Sámi People in Norway and Sweden

As we celebrate International Mother Language Day, it’s worth noting that according to UNESCO’s Atlas of the World’s Languages in
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Global memory of the Holocaust. What does it mean to us today?

The Holocaust, one of the darkest chapters in human history, continues to haunt us today despite the passing of several
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National and ethnic minorities in the educational system on the example of Lithuania and Poland

Every modern democracy should base its actions on respect for human rights, including the protection of minority rights. In other
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Using a right to submit a petition was regulated by constitutional act

On December 23, 2022 the Parliament of the Republic of Lithuania passed the constitutional act about petitions which widens capabilities
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New volunteer – Izabela Plopa – in our Foundation’s team

Izabela Plopa is a graphics student at the Institute of Visual Arts in Zielona Góra. Creative problem solving has always
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We welcome a new volunteer graphic designer!

Sebastian Ścibisz is a student at the Faculty of Graphic Arts at the Academy of Art in Szczecin. He is
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The European Foundation of Human Rights encourages everyone to discover more about the activities of

Image downloaded from https://theanga.org/home/our-mission.html The aim of the ANGA project is to enrich human life through art, culture, and education.
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Representatives of Polish minority schools were presented with changes regarding the assessment of student achievement

On 23 November 2022 the National Education Agency (Lit. Nacionalinė Švietimo Agentūra) has presented changes to the Polish educational community
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Meet our new Volunteer, Anna Maria Nowak!

Anna Maria Nowak is a student and human rights advocate, involved in the protection and promotion of justice and equality.
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Meet our new trainee, Aleksandra Jucha!

Aleksandra Jucha is a Law student and a participant in the School of French Law at the Jagiellonian University in
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Hate Crime and Hate Speech – find out what it is and react!

“Mediaskopas” research indicates that as much as 72% of hateful content in Lithuanian media is directed at national minorities –
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EFHR representative at the International Scientific Conference organized by the Association of Polish Scientists of

On October 15, an EFHR representative remotely participated in an international scientific conference on the preservation of Vilnius’ historical and
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New volunteer – Robert Wysocki – in our Foundation’s team

Robert Wysocki is a student of international relations at Collegium Civitas, and a student of law at the European University
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Welcome to our new trainee Marta Maciejewska

Marta Maciejewska is a law student and Graduate Programme in International Relations at the University of Warsaw. She started her cooperation
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Communication within Human Rights

Nowadays humanity is a very common term, we hear it when we hear about crises and wars and about populations
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