PANEL: HATE, DEMOCRACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS

Hello everyone!

We invite you to a panel discussion titled „Hate, Democracy and Human Rights” in honor of International Democracy Day.
Respect for human rights is an essential element of democracy. In this panel, we will focus on the importance of democracy for the protection and effective realization of human rights. And also, we will talk about hatred and populism which are obstacles to the consolidation of democracy and the strengthening of the culture of living together.

Panelists:
Prof. Teresa Gardocka
Head of the Department of Law / SWPS
– Topic: Do Hate Crimes Have a Place in a Democratic Society?

Prof. Mikołaj Cześnik
Director of the Institute of Social Sciences
Department of Journalism and Communication
– Topic: Is Populism Really a Problem for Democracy?

Moderator:
Joanna Sozańska – Deputy Director at the Institute for Security and International Development, Member of the Citizen’s Jury at the Innovation in Politics Institute, PhD Candidate at the Economic and Social College of the Warsaw School of Economics


Yesterday we held a panel discussion titled „Hate, Democracy and Human Rights” in honor of International Democracy Day.

We want to thank our panelists Prof. Teresa Gardocka and Prof. Janusz Balicki, for their contribution. Also, special thanks to Instytut BIRM for its partnership and Joanna Sozańska for her moderation.

It was great to share the significance of this topic with our participants, and we are looking forward to seeing you again.