The Warsaw Euro-Atlantic Summer Academy (WEASA) recently held a special online workshop titled: “Humans and technology”. The workshop was conducted by Łukasz Król – a Digital Security Specialist and the 2021 WEASA programme designer.  

The workshop provided participants a basic introduction to WEASA, the themes covered during this year’s academy and discussed the role that technology plays in our everyday lives and wider social structures.  

You can watch the workshop here:

Speakers include:

Adam Reichardt, Editor in Chief of New Eastern Europe, Moderator
Tatevik Hovhannisyan, WEASA Coordinator
Łukasz Król, Digitial Security Expert


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WEASA is a summer offer of two-week classes addressed to analysts, political advisors, think thankers and NGO employees, civil servants and journalists coming from the Eastern Partnership and Western Balkans countries as well as Poland. Due to the pandemic situation, this year’s edition will be held entirely online. WEASA is co-organized by the College of Europe in Natolin, The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) and The Polish-American Freedom Foundation.  


WEASA2021 will take place on July 12-21, 2021. The recruitment process has just opened.  If you are coming from one of the countries of Eastern Partnership, Western Balkans and/or Poland, and are interested in digital affairs, cyber security and geopolitics, then this summer’s academy and the workshop is for you. Learn more here: