Tackling prejudice. Stories from the Solidarity Academy
The Solidarity Academy is an international project initiated by the European Solidarity Centre in Gdańsk, aimed at inspiring and supporting the development of young intellectual elite across Europe.
The project is funded by the International Visegrad Fund with the participation of institutions from Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Balkans and Ukraine. With the 2020 edition cancelled because of COVID-19, this year’s Solidarity Academy allowed for the return of both the previous participants and the theme in a hybrid format online, away from Gdańsk.
The following articles written by the participants all discuss specific contexts related to tackling prejudice.
- How Ukrainian female drug users are fighting against stigma and abuse – Vladyslav Kudryk
- Make yourself at home – Joanna Urbańska
- Billboards, bureaucracy, Budapest. Foreign students in the Hungarian capital – Márton Munding
- Job market for people with disabilities in Poland – Katarzyna Rodacka
- The care crisis – Maja Móczár interviews Kinga Milánkovics
- Education on prejudice today and during the interwar period – Sára Bagdi
- Female drug addicts in Volhynia – vulnerable and exposed – Iryna Musii
- A Polish story from Bosnia and Herzegovina – Nataša Lazukić