The WEASA opening ceremony featured Ewa Ośniecka-Tamecka, Vice-Rector of the College of Europe, Natolin Campus; Jerzy Koźmiński, President of the Polish-American Freedom Foundation, and Michał Baranowski, Director of the Warsaw office of the German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF). All respectable speakers reiterated the utmost significance and added value of this joint initiative.
The 2014 Academy brings together over 40 participants, selected from a cross-section of society, including public administration, academia, think-tanks, media, and civil society organizations, and representing all six Eastern Partnership states.
This year WEASA program focuses on various aspects of mobility perceived from the state, regional and global perspectives. It is delivered by the prominent speakers and performed in various formats.
Our lectures are aimed at contextualizing the phenomenon of mobility and discussing the most topical contemporary challenges and trends within the field, while the debate session, workshops and other interactive activities allow for free-flowing debate, exchange of experiences and good practices as well as developing key competences and practical skills.« all news