new visions challenges and transforms oppressive norms and narratives through learning, research, and consultancy, exercising a compassionate and critical approach. In addition to consulting and supporting organizations in their commitments to changing organizational structures and cultures into just and equitable ones, new visions is developing a learning and leadership program for women from Eastern Europe working in culture. The program, which embraces a holistic approach to learning, is rooted in a feminist, cross-generational, social justice approach and aimed at creating an international network of social innovators to fulfill the vision of a world where differences are embraced and cherished.
Agnieszka Bułacik is a co-founder of new visions, an organization that challenges and transforms oppressive norms and narratives through learning, research, and consultancy, exercising a compassionate and critical approach. The result of long-term freelance collaboration with Liene Jurgelane, new visions is envisioned as a platform that can drive sustainable and systemic social change on a regular basis. Prior to new visions, Agnieszka worked and volunteered in various contexts connecting the fields of culture, arts, and education, conducting university research on local street art influence on communities, designing global learning programs for students and teachers in Poland, and completing a photography internship in Nairobi focusing on the power of images, believing that change happens in connection. She is a facilitator, trainer, and creative with a focus on holistic anti-discrimination and global education, where deeper connection with feminist thought has been eye-opening and life changing for her. Agnieszka holds master’s degrees in cultural studies and a bachelor’s degree in photography and multimedia. She was a fellow of the World Peace Initiative, the BalticLab Program, and the Global Learning Network of Young Europeans. Agnieszka is a 2019 Echoing Green Fellow.