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
Cybersecurity Programme Coordinator, Economy and Energy Program Coordinator
Alumnus of University of Warsaw in International Relations and Hebrew Studies, as well as a Double Diploma program with Israel on diplomacy. Specializes in cybersecurity, foreign policy of Poland and Middle East region.
OFFICE MANAGER ASSISTANT
Anna Chachaj is a BA student pursuing a degree in International Economic Affairs at the Warsaw School of Economics (SGH) with a specialization in Economics of Central and Eastern Europe.
Professor of History, Honorary Fellow at Oxford
Norman Davies received the "Knight of Freedom" for his involvement in promoting Poland throughout his books, which are well-known and recognized worldwide.
Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland (1995, 2000 - 2001)
Prof. Wladyslaw Bartoszewski is an outstanding person because of his involvement in opposition activities, in particular, the "Solidarity" movement, as well as also his contribution to the improvement of Polish-German relations. As the first Polish politician he had the opportunity to make a speech in the Bundestag. For his merits he received the Knight of Freedom award in 2006.
Presidential candidate of the Democratic Party (2006)
Aleksandr Milinkevich received the "Knight of Freedom" award for his work and commitment to democratic elections in Belarus, as well as for his contribution to the promotion of the freedom, justice and democracy worldwide.