Secretary General of the Council of Europe
Thorbjørn Jagland received the "Knight of Freedom" for his continuous commitment to the European integration project, active engagement in fostering international dialogue and a tireless effort to promote democracy, rule of law and human rights in Europe and beyond.
PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF LITHUANIA 2009-2019
Dalia Grybauskaitė received the "Knight of Freedom" for her efforts undertaken in the fight for the security and defense of Lithuania, the Baltic states and Poland as well as for her hard stance on the Russian invasion of Ukraine
Security and Defence Programme Director
General Tadeusz Kościuszko Military University of Land Forces and UK Joint Command and Staff College alumnus. Polish army Colonel (reserve), participated in military operations in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, and Irak.
CHIEF OF PROTOCOL OF THE WARSAW SECURITY FORUM ORGANIZING COMMITTEE, FOREIGN POLICY PROGRAMME COORDINATOR
Alumnus of Collegium Civitas in International Relations, specialization Diplomacy and negotiations in the information age. Previously studied at the Institut d'études politiques de Paris (Sciences Po) where obtained prestigious Le Certificat en Sciences Sociales et Humanités.
Coordinator of the Wargaming Studies and Simulations Programme, Coordinator of Defence and International Security Programme
PRIME MINISTER OF DENMARK (2001-2009), NATO SECRETARY GENERAL (2009-2014)
Anders Fogh Rasmussen has been awarded with the "Knight of Freedom" award in recognition of his activities related to enhancing European integration and promoting European values
PRESIDENT OF IRELAND (1990-1997), UN HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS (1997-2002)
Mary Robinson received the "Knight of Freedom" award for her activity to promote democratic values and advocation for human and equal rights