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World in Focus 2018, Debate: Who has the power over our food?

Prelegents: Tanja Busse, Andrzej Hałasiewicz, Monika Styczek-Kuryluk, Patrycja Wanat
Organizer: Heinrich Böll Foundation

 

World in Focus 2018, Opening session: Who holds the power now?

Prelegents: Mark Galeotti, Sylvie Kauffmann, Flavia Kleiner, prof. Jan Zielonka

Organizers: European Council on Foreign Relations, Heinrich Böll Foundation in Warsaw

 

Plenary session: What kind of Poland in what kind of Europe?

Prelegents: Piotr Buras, Dominika Gmerek, Irene Hahn-Fuhr, Łukasz Kobeszko, Łukasz Pawłowski, Piotr Trudnowski, Stanisław Zakroczymski

Organizers: European Council on Foreign Relations, Heinrich Böll Foundation, Projekt “Spięcie”

 

Debate: One hundred years of women’s suffrage – different experiences

Prelegents: Ałła Mitrofanova, Marta Dzido, Elżbieta Korolczuk, Agnieszka Lichnerowicz

Partner: Kolegium Europy Wschodniej

 

Debate: Good Climate – from activism to politics. Why is the climate political?

Prelegents: Edwin Bendyk, Cécile Duflot, Radosław Gawlik, Monika Sadkowska

Organizer: Heinrich Böll Foundation

 

Plenary session: What can Brussels do? European values and sovereignty

Prelegents: Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska, Krzysztof Mazur, prof. Kalypso Nicolaïdis

Organizers: European Council on Foreign Relations, Heinrich Böll Foundation in Warsaw

 

Photos from the II edition of the World in Focus conference

13-14.10.2017 | Creativity Center, Warsaw

Photos: Marta Bogdańska

Photos available on Flickr.

 

Coal Atlas: Facts and Figures on a Fossil Fuel

Coal Atlas contains the latest facts and figures on the use of coal and its environmental and social consequences. With more than 60 detailed graphics, the atlas illustrates the coal industry’s impact on nature, health, labour, human rights and politics.

published by Heinrich Böll Foundation/ Friends of the Earth International

authors Cindy Baxter, Banjamin von Brackel, Heidi Feldt, Marcus Franken, Lili Fuhr, Stefanie Groll, Heike Holdinghausen, Arne Jungjohann, Andrzej Kassenberg, Eva Mahnke, Michał Wilczyński

The publication is available at the website of Heinrich Böll Foundation, free of charge.

 

Poland in Europe, what’s next?

Audio recording from the 4th of June 2016.

prelegents: Łukasz Jasina, Ph.D, Marcin Kędzierski, Ph.D., Karolina Pomorska, Ph.D., Michał Sutowski, Maciej Zakrocki

 

 

Photos from foyer, human library and other special events

03.06.2016 | POLIN

Photos: Agnieszka Kokowska

Photos available on Flickr.

 

Photos from the workshop | Hate speech in Focus

Workshop | 03.06.2016 | POLIN

Educator: Magdalena Chrzczonowicz

Photos: Agnieszka Kokowska

Photos available on Flickr.

 

Photos from the workshops | Globally on migration – multiculturalism in schools

Workshops | 03.06.2016 | POLIN

Educators: Malina Baranowska-Janusz, Elżbieta Kielak, Elżbieta Krawczyk, Natalia Pamuła

Photos: Agnieszka Kokowska

Photos available on Flickr.

 

Photos from the debate | When does the capital have a nationality? Discussion on the role of Polish and foreign companies in our economic growth

Debate | 04.06.2016 | POLIN

Prelegents: Jan Krzysztof Bielecki, Prof. Elżbieta Mączyńska PhD., Marcin Piasecki, Joanna Szalacha-Jarmużek, Ph.D.

Photos: Agnieszka Kokowska

Photos available on Flickr.

 

Photos from the debate | Why describe the world?

Debate | 03.06.2016 | POLIN

Prelegents: Max Cegielski, Małgorzata Nocuń, Ludwika Włodek, Ph.D.

Photos: Agnieszka Kokowska

Photos available on Flickr.

 

Photos from the debate | Poland in Europe, what’s next?

Debate | 04.06.2016 | POLIN

Prelegents: Łukasz Jasina Ph.D.Marcin Kędzierski Ph.D.Karolina Pomorska Ph.D.Michał SutowskiMaciej Zakrocki

Photos: Agnieszka Kokowska

Photos available on Flickr.

 

Photos from the debate | How to find a new home in Poland?

Debate | 03.04.2016 | POLIN

Prelegents: Danuta Jeziorkowska, Karima Kanjo, Agnieszka Kosowicz, Besik Latsabidze, Zuzanna Rejmer

Photos: Agnieszka Kokowska

Photos available on Flickr.

 

Clear change in rhetoric, unclear change in policy. Polish foreign and European policies after 2015 parliamentary elections

Analysis describing positions of the main political parties in Poland on foreign and European policy during the electoral campaign 2015.

published by Institute of Public Affairs/ Heinrich Böll Foundation Warsaw Office

edited by Aleksander Fuksiewicz

Analysis can be downloaded on the website of the Heinrich Böll Foundation Warsaw, free of charge.

 
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Świat pod Lupą

OSTATNI MOMENT NA REJESTRACJĘ na debatę "Z kim budować świat? Unia Europejska i kryzys multilateralizmu", która odbędzie się już jutro, 26 lutego, w godz. 16:00-17:30 w Mercure Warszawa Grand. Wezmą w niej udział:
✅Sebastian Dullien, Senior Policy Fellow w ECFR, ekspert ds. handlu,
✅ Bogdan Góralczyk, dyrektor Centrum Europejskie UW, politolog, sinolog, dyplomata, publicysta,
✅ Maaike Okano-Heijmans - Senior Research Fellow w The Clingendael Institute, ekspertka ds. Japonii i Chin,
✅ Shujiro Uratą, wykładowca Waseda University, ekspert ds. handlu.

Debata będzie moderowana przez Lykke Friis, korespondentkę Berlingske w Berlinie i szefową Duńskiego Towarzystwa Polityki Zagranicznej.

Udział w debacie jest bezpłatny, ale uprzejmie prosimy o rejestrację tutaj: crm.batory.org.pl/formul…/debata-z-kim-budowac-swiat
Więcej informacji: www.ecfr.eu/events/event/z_kim_budowa_wiat_unia_europejska_i_kryzys_multilateralizmu
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