Program Pomocy Prawnej dla Uchodzcow i Migrantow (Legal Assistance to Refugees and Migrants)
The Legal Assistance to Refugees and Migrants Programme was established in 1992. The Programme’s fundamental aim is to provide cost-free legal advice and assistance to migrants and to undertake litigation actions in cases where their rights might be violated.
The Halina Nieć Legal Aid Center / Centrum Pomocy Prawnej im. Haliny Nieć
Association of Legal Aid for them. Halina Nieć is a non-governmental public benefit organization founded in 2002 in Krakow. The CPPHN works to protect human rights, above all by providing free legal assistance to people at risk of social exclusion and discrimination, including poor people, victims of domestic violence, foreigners and refugees, monitors compliance with human rights standards, undertakes legal interventions and advocacy activities, and implements research and educational projects. The Center also undertakes actions aimed at counteracting trafficking in people and children by organizing social campaigns and providing legal support to victims.