The core of the great Solidarity movement was the dream of freedom and democracy, understood as an innate right of every human being to decide his or her own fate and to share responsibility for the fate of the nation.



The European Union is the fulfillment of the dreams of generations of Poles about the community. After years of struggle for freedom and forced isolation we chose freedom and development, openness and the rule of law, equality and social justice. Namely Europe.

On the civic manifestation invite:


Robert Biedroń

Władysław Frasyniuk

Agnieszka Holland

Krystyna Janda

Komitet Obrony Demokracji

Marta Lempart

Maia Mazurkiewicz

Adam Michnik

Joanna Mucha

Barbara Nowacka

Ryszard Petru

Sławomir Sierakowski

Jadwiga Staniszkis

Róża Thun

Adam Zieliński "Łona"

Fundacja "Centrum im. Prof. Bronisława Geremka"

Fundacja Schumana


March 12, 1999, Polish Foreign Minister Bronislaw Geremek, in the name of Polish Government sign the ratification to NATO.


Pictures from the first meeting of the series: "The initiators and implementers of Polish transformation" dedicated to Professor Bronislaw Geremek. Lecture on "in Polish political thought Bronislaw Geremek" was delivered by Professor Andrzej Friszke.


Yesterday we inaugurated "Ethics and Politics" debates. The guest was Prof. Zbigniew Mikołejko, who spoke about the Polish political Catholicism. The next guest will be Michał Łuczewski with the topic "Laïcité and a sacrum's place in democracy." The debate will take place on March 23.


The former president of the Czech Republic operates in Polish consciousness as a politician, but how many of us remember that he was mainly a great writer, essayist and playwrighter?