Who We Are
The Institute of Migrants’ Rights, located at Ruska 46a / 202 street in Wrocław, was established as a response to the growing percentage of migrants in Poland and their needs. In accordance with the resolution of December 22, 2020, IPM continues the development of the information point for migrants, which was established in 2017.
We comprehensively assess the problems and expectations of migrants and refugees, implementing them on two levels: an information point for foreigners and professional activities in the field of migration law and social integration. The activity of the information point is based on information support in matters of legalization, stay, job search and everyday matters. As part of our professional activity, we create and publish expert articles, as well as cooperate with state and non-governmental organizations dealing with migrants in Poland. The helpdesk services are free of charge and provided by experts in their field, primarily specialists in migration law.
The IPM team consists of experienced lawyers, career counselors and psychologists. We advise in 4 languages: Polish, Russian, Ukrainian and English. In addition, experts have their own migration experience, which ensures a special understanding of the client’s needs and expectations.
Creating a society of equal opportunities that is aware of its rights by providing consultations and trainings.
Adapting legislation to the needs and opportunities of migrants and the social and economic interests of the state.
Establishing partnerships between migrants and the host society in order to meet the socio-economic needs of both parties.
Provide opportunities for equal participation of migrants in local communities.
Consultations at the IMR information point in the field of social integration and daily life of foreigners in Poland
Consultations with experts (lawyers, career conselors, psychologists)
Cooperation with entities working for and on behalf of migrants, including public authorities.
Trainings on migration-related issues, law and the third sector.
publications and experts’ articles
outcome consultations in 5 cities of Lower Silesia
countries of origin of our clients