WEASA - days two and three

11 July 2018

We started off our first formal lecturing days by talking about information and disinformation. We analysed the topic both at a wide level, which allowed us to think the matter through from a philosophical and policy point of view, and through a narrower lens, which gave the chance to explore... { read more }

WEASA - day one

9 July 2018

WEASA has officially begun! We started with our opening ceremony, where Dr Joanna Świątkowska served as our inaugural speaker, giving participants deep insights into modern information- and cybersecurity. We didn't just learn about modern cyber-threats: we also learned how perceptions thereof evolved over time. Once, computer scientists were the only... { read more }

We have selected our WEASA 2018 participants!

18 June 2018

We have read through all of your WEASA 2018 applications, and have selected just over 50 candidates who will be joining us in Warsaw this summer! The participants represent a huge range of countries from all across the Eastern Partnership, Western Balkans and, for the first time in WEASA history,... { read more }

WEASA applications have now closed

15 April 2018

WEASA applications are now closed. We would like to thank everybody who applied!   We will soon be in touch with all applicants to inform them about the status of their application

WEASA 2018 call for applications

1 February 2018

WARSAW EURO-ATLANTIC SUMMER ACADEMY   2018 Edition     CALL FOR APPLICATIONS   The College of Europe Natolin Campus, the German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) and the Polish-American Freedom Foundation (PAFF) announce a call for applications for the sixth edition of the Warsaw Euro-Atlantic Summer Academy (WEASA)... { read more }

WEASA 2017 publication

30 January 2018

We are happy to present WEASA 2017 publication. The articles compising the vloume have been authored by WEASA 2017 participants and present the analysis of current digital trends in the regions of Eastern and South-Eastern Europe. The text is avaliable here

WEASA to contribute to European Commission’s public consultation

23 January 2018

Based on experience gathered during WEASA 2017, the College of Europe Natolin will be joining the European Commission’s public consultation on fake news and online disinformation, aiming to limit and combat the spread of fake news! We are currently in talks with our experts and alumni alike, working hard to... { read more }