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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.



Universitas Publishers has issued Bronisław Geremek's  Nasza Europa (Our Europe).  After Głos w Europie (A Voice in Europe), this is the second book prepared and published under the auspices of the Professor Bronisław Geremek Centre Foundation. The volume was co-financed by the College of Europe, using EU funds. 


The publication contains Bronisław Geremek's essays on European issues, most of them appearing in Polish for the first time. In the introduction Aleksander Smolar underlined: "In his endeavors and  writings Bronisław Geremek was always on the side of a common Europe and  always  on the side of hope. Naturally, he did not provide answers to the problems we are facing today, but in his thinking about Europe and history  he pointed to a path that we should follow to resolve one of the fundamental dilemmas of our continent: how to reconcile the rich diversity of nations and cultures with the need for a shared existence and joint action".