We are pleased to announce that the Warsaw Security Forum 2018 Conference has received the permission to use the visual identity brand “Niepodległa” (“Independent”), and therefore will be partial to the centennial anniversary of Poland regaining independence. The “Niepodległa” bureau is a governmental institution responsible for coordinating celebrations surrounding the centennial anniversary of Poland’s independence, in accordance with the “Independent” Multi-year Governmental Programme.
On April 21st, the Command and Management Faculty of the Warsaw War Studies Academy, in cooperation with the Casimir Pułaski Foundation has organized the first industrial-scientific symposium, which in itself is a part of the post-graduate “Management of a military industry enterprise” programme. The goal of the seminar was to present the factors influencing the management of companies within the arms industry sector. Taking part in the event were Col. Karol Dymanowski, Director of the Armament Policy Department, Col. Ryszard Lewiński, Head of the Scientific Research Coordination Unit at the Ministry of Defence, ABW (Internal Security Agency) officer Bartosz Orlicz-Rabiega. The Casimir Pułaski Foundation was represented by Mr Tomasz Smura, […]
On April 25th, the Casimir Pułaski Foundation will host an expert seminar on energy security issues, titled “Dialogue between civil and governmental actors on energy security”. In the course of the seminar, experts from the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Ukraine and Poland will brief those in attendance on the interviews conducted with policymakers and stakeholders, regarding the energy security framework. The seminar will take place on April 25th, at the Casimir Pułaski headquarters, between 8:30AM and 5:30PM. Agenda of the seminar includes presentation of the research findings, followed by a discussion. Seminar is a part of the „Energy security and effective strategic communication the civil and governmental actors: V4+Ukraine” project, […]
“Priorities of NATO and Poland ahead of the Alliance’s Summit in Brussels” – discussion at the Casimir Pulaski Foundation HQ.
On April 4th, an expert seminar was held at the Casimir Pułaski, entitled „Polish priorities ahead of the Brussels NATO summit”. The objective of the meeting was to discuss key issues and priorities to be raised by Poland during the NATO summit in Brussels, that would encompass both the political and military dimension. The NATO take on the issue was presented by Mr Robert Pszczel who is a Senior Officer at the Alliance’s Public Diplomacy Division. Polish priorities were laid out in presenations delivered by Mr Przemysław Pacuła, who is a Head of the Allied Security Department of the Bureau of National Security, Mr Michał Baranowski – Head of the […]
On March 22nd, 2018, the Casimir Pulaski Foundation held a second in the series of seminars devoted to presenting entries to the “Kruk” attack helicopter program. “Kruk” is one of the key procurement programs of the Polish Armed Forces, crucial from the standpoint of Poland’s future security architecture. The latest seminar was centered around AH-64E Apache Guardian – the Boeing Company offer. The event gathered top-level Polish stakeholders, including senior representatives of the Air Forces Inspectorate, I3TO (New Technologies Implementation Inspectorate), as well as representatives of the Boeing Company and the Pulaski Foundation experts. Throughout the day, participants discussed technical details of the Apache, as well as specific requirements of […]
The Casimir Pulaski Foundation expert, Witold Repetowicz presented with the Kazimierz Dziewanowski Award of the Polish Journalist Association (Stowarzyszenie Dziennikarzy Polskich – SDP).
For the 25th time, the Management Board of the Polish Journalist Association (SDP) awarded its SDP and SDP Laurel prizes. Among this year’s laureates was the Casimir Pulaski Foundation expert Witold Repetowicz, who received the Kazimierz Dziewanowski prize for his “Malaise and hope” and Syria reportage (Polish Press Agency English News Service). The Freedom of Speech Prize, awarded for publishing materials in defence of democracy, rule of law, and those revealing power abuse, corruption, as well as human, civil and political rights violations were awarded to Michał Król and Maciej Grabys for their “Forgotten persecuted – Free Asia Bibi” reportage, and priest Roman Sikoń and Michał Król for the “Prayer […]
For over twenty years, the Weimar Triangle has been a prolific platform for cooperation between three European states – Poland, France and Germany. Initially, the Weimar Triangle was created in order to smooth out the divisions between the “Old and New” Europe – today however it has become an important tool in strengthening the European unity. We are of the opinion, that the dormant potential of the Weimar Formula remains unutilised. By uniting three major European states which represent three great European traditions, it could become an engine of European integration as well as a source of ideas, and long term solutions for the entire European Union. In order to achieve […]