Active in its own way.
Modern women are self-fulfilling in many areas – they are developing professionally, breaking stereotypes and overcoming seemingly insurmountable obstacles. In addition to courageously fulfilling their dreams and dedicating themselves to their passions, they also find time to develop in their personal spheres. We will talk with three inspiring women about the activities carried out on our own terms. Guests of the first panel: artist Patricia Kazadi, author of the book “Stylish Queen” Agneska Nortey and Paralympic winner, winner of the World and European Swimming Championships Carolina Hamer. It’s about inspiration to take bold steps and fight for your dreams.
How to be a mother when bombs fall
On the eve of Mother’s Day, we will also talk to Martyna Wojciechowska. The second panel will be about motherhood – dictated by biological and cardiac reflexes. Martyna Wojciechowska is not only a journalist, traveler and founder of the Unavez Foundation, but also the mother of Marysia and Kabula from the village of Kahama in northwestern Tanzania. Kabul was 12 years old when three men cut his hand with a machete. During the filming of “Woman at the End of the World”, Kabula’s story influenced Martyna Wojciechowska so much that she decided to change her destiny and try to adopt.
In a panel led by psychologist Joanna Chmura, we’ll talk about how difficult it is to be a mother when your life and the lives of your children are in danger, and how you can’t feel safe at home.
How to take care of a child when you have to look for shelter hundreds, thousands of kilometers away.
Such life scenarios have been written many years ago by the foundation’s many accusations. Now, when a brutal war breaks out across our borders, life can be more dramatic.
Second home for sisters from Ukraine
“Hello girls. We want to create a second home for you,” the third and final panel will focus on Russia’s aggression. This slogan is the slogan of the campaign aimed at all women and girls who came to Poland as a result of Russia’s aggression against Ukraine. And it is happening more and more every day. In the near future, even 5 million refugees – mostly women and children – are expected to come. The purpose of the campaign is to raise funds for long-term assistance to a special support fund.
On March 8, Women’s Day, famous Polish women in the media, including Olga Tokarczuk, Agnieszka Holland, Dominika Kulczyk, Jolanta Kwa¶niewska, Ma³gorzata Omilanowska, Maja Ostaszewska, Alexandra Klich and others. On the same day, the website www.czescdz archiwny.pl was launched, where everyone could say “Hello Girls! Welcome to Poland. It’s good that you’re there. All and healthy “, thus showing solidarity.
During the meeting, representatives of the Polish-Ukrainian sisters will talk about projects in which refugees and their children will find safe shelter in Poland.
The next meeting in the series “Women know what they are doing” will be held on May 25 at 12:00. 17.30 At the headquarters of the Agora (ul. Czerska 8/10, Warsaw).
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