KRAKÓW OPEN YOUR MIND: ABOLITION – the last call
From January 01, 2012 a new law comes into effect, which allows legalization of stay of foreigners, who were present in Poland illegaly. Opportunity to take advantage of the new law (abolition) will have foreigners staying in Poland illegally on 01.01.2012, and also if their stay is uninterrupted at least:
since December 20, 2007, or since January 1, 2010, for those who till that day have received a final decision on refusing the refugee status and ordering the expulsion warrant, or against whom, on 1 January 2010 took subsequent proceedings on granting refugee status.
Join us on 12th June 2012, learn more about the ABOLITION issue in Poland, take part in the discussion and spread the word!
Your knowledge and help may positively change someone’s life!
HANOI-WARSZAWA, Katarzyna Klimkiewicz, Poland 2009, 27’
A Vietnamese girl, Mai Anh, illegally enters Poland. Now she only has to reach Warsaw, where she will join her boyfriend and start the life she has dreamed of. But the journey through Poland turns into one of humiliation and violence…
The screening will be followed by the meeting with the following guests:
Adam Bulandra – a member of the INTERKULTURALNI PL organization, Juris Science Doctor, specialises in migration and refugee law, criminology and social policies
Tadeusz Szczepaniak – director of the regional office of PAH- Polish biggest humanitarian aid organization
Organisers: INTERKULTURALNI PL, KINO PAUZA and POLSKA AKCJA HUMANITARNA
Special thanks to KINO POLSKA for licensing the film
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WHEN: 12th June 2012, 8 p.m.
WHERE: PAUZA (KNO 18) cinema, Floriańska 18/5 street, 2nd floor, Kraków