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Open Europe

Experts’ seminar “It’s Georgia’s time”


See video from the experts’ seminar It’s Georgia’s time with presentation of the policy paper and discussion on perspectives of visa liberalisation and European integration of Georgia.

ECFR Warsaw

The end of military adventures? Liberal interventionism: Polish and European Perspectives


We kindly invite you to the debate on the EU’s liberal interventionism which will take place on 5 December at 11:30 a.m. with the following speakers: Nick Witney (ECFR Senior Policy Fellow), Sylvie Kauffmann („Le Monde”) and Roman Kuźniar (University of Warsaw).

Open Europe

It's Georgia's Time.


We have published a policy brief prepared in cooperation with Open Society Georgia Foundation, analyzing progress made by Georgia in visa liberalisation with the EU and containing recommendations.

Citizens for Democracy

III call for thematic projects closed


First round of the III call for proposals for thematic projects in the Citizens for Democracy programme is closed. We received via the electronic system 2380 project outlines with the total requested budget of PLN 447 310 169.

Civil society organizations rally to support Hungarian NGOs under government threat


977 NGOs from across Europe, including 353 from Poland, called today upon the highest institutions of the European Union to take action against recent anti-democratic developments in Hungary.

ECFR Warsaw

Project “New Turkey” - its implications for the EU


We kindly invite you to the open debate on what Erdoğan's victory in the presidential election means for Turkey and its relations with EU?:  on 23rd September (Tuesday) with the following speakers: , Dimitar Bechev (London School of Economics), Gökhan Bacık (Turkey Institute), Konstanty Gebert (ECFR Warsaw) and Pinar Elman (PISM).

Citizens for Democracy

Thematic projects – results of the II round


The II round of the thematic projects competition is over. 197 applications have been awarded with grant for total amount of PLN 43 317 606.

Citizens for Democracy

22 July – European Day for Victims of Hate Crime


June 22 we commemorate the 72nd anniversary of the liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto. It’s also 3rd anniversary of the attacks on the government offices and Utøya island in Norway, where 77 people were killed. European Campaign No Hate Speech Movement prepared the petition to invite European institutions and the member states of the Council of Europe to establish a European Day for Victims of Hate Crime on 22 of July.

Citizens for Democracy

Hate speech in Poland 2014: report from the research


We have published the report from the latest research on hate speech in Poland, conducted by the Centre for Research on Prejudice, University of Warsaw.

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Public Integrity

Waiting for Open Government


The Polish Open Government Coalition has presented Opening Report, which describes the existing legal and institutional arrangements, and analysed the situation in the light of the requirements stated in the Open Government Declaration prepared by the Open Government Partnership.

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