The CURE Foundation has a large collection of over 2,000 books, manuals, research journals, publications and reports on gender equality, gender-based violence, human trafficking, peace politics, feminism, the arts, LGBTIQ rights and society/politics/religion. Also, the collection contains publications on gender studies, education, media, health, activism, non-governmental sector, law, economy and many other related fields.
The CURE Foundation collection is located in our library in the premises of the House of Human Rights (Dolina 1), where the offices of the CURE Foundation are also located. Books can be borrowed/rented every working day from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, with prior notice of arrival. Borrowing books is free.
Borrowing books is free.
Borrowing books is free
How to get to the library of the CURE Foundation
Contact the CURE Foundation through our communication channels and announce your arrival at the library at:
After you receive the appointment confirmation, we will meet in the library of the CURE Foundation.
Until then, we send feminist greetings from the CURE Foundation team.