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Asylum, Migration, Integration

Public Interest Law in Poland

Project is financed by the CEE Trust, implemented in the period 01/04/2007-30/06/2008.

In 2007, the Rule of Law Institute Foundation received a grant from the Trust for Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe for the development of law in the public interest in Poland. As part of the project, the Rule of Law Institute Foundation awarded two internships to Monika Kucharczyk and Łukasz Jastrzębski. The aim of the their internships was the interest development in the field of pro bono activity. The culmination of their internship was the implementation of two small grants: training students in the clauses excluding the refugee status co-financed by UNHCR and the organization of a visit to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg of 45 law students. In June the Foundation has opened the Information Center “Law in Public Interest”, which coordinated the program of 10 trainings organized for students, apprentices and employees of the Faculty of Law of the Catholic University of Lublin. An important part of the project was the international conference ‘Facing future challenges: Legal Education and Public Interest Law’ that was organized on the 7th -8th April 2008 in cooperation with the Center for the Improvement of Legal Skills of the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, WPPKiA KUL, the Law Students Scientific Club and the Pennsylvania Bar Association. Marzena Rzeszót was the project coordinator. The project was completed in 2008.


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