Participating Organizations

Internship Organizations in Warsaw

Below you will find the list of Warsaw-based organizations that partner with Collegium Civitas where students can undertake professional internships in English.

 

Important Note: If none of these organizations and their focus seem right for a student, the apply form (scroll down to “select program” and choose “internships in Poland” to download an internship placement form) has a space for an applicant to specify any field of interest so that Civitas can identify other Warsaw-based organizations whose profile would match students” interest and experience. The list of organizations is updated regularly.

 

Information about the Civitas internship placement process can be viewed here

 

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Art Gallery “Zacheta”
Art Gallery “Zacheta” is the major art gallery in Poland, promoting contemporary and the 20th century art. An important icon on the nation’s social and cultural life, Zacheta seeks to develop art at home and to promote it abroad. It is the MOMA of Poland. The gallery’s schedule is packed with symposia, workshops, concerts, lectures, films and other events throughout the year and especially in the summer. It is a great place for a multi-tasking social butterfly.
Bec Zmiana Foundation
Bec Zmiana Foundation presents the most contemporary Polish art, culture, design and architecture, creating an ‘energy tunnel’ connecting artists and the public. The foundation publishes a magazine, organizes competitions and promotes art events across the country. It is a perfect place for art aficionados and art majors who enjoy working with artists.
GUTEK Film
GUTEK Film” was founded in 1994 to promote independent filmmakers and to distribute their films. The company has released so far almost 250 productions which attracted over 10,5 million admissions in Poland. GUTEK Film introduced and released many films by such eminent film directors as Peter Greenaway, Pedro Almodovar, Lars von Trier, Mike Leigh, Jim Jarmusch, Derek Jarman, Park Chan-wook, Paul Cox or Wong Kar-Wai. The company is the organizer of three large film festivals: New Horizons Festival, Film Education, and American Film Festival. [Only English native speakers or Polish speakers are sought for this internship]
Cinema LAB and Center for Contemporary Art
Cinema LAB is is an integral part of the Center of Contemporary Art. Its main goal is to present worldwide achievements in the art of cinema, emphasizing productions that are independent and of artistic and intellectual value. The summer is the time for short film and video presentations, moving picture exhibits, meetings with filmmakers and critics, academic conferences on the art of filmmaking, open air movie nights as well as a summer art film festival that includes productions by Coen brothers, Takeshi Kitano, Jim Jarmush, and famous polish directors. Interns become part of the Cinema”s young, dynamic team and learn how to organize such events, promote them and turn them into a success. [Polish language at this internship is an advantage though it is not required.]
Warsaw Rising Museum
Warsaw Rising Museum is a true 21st century museum where technology, art, media, politics (old and new) and history meet. One of the most spoken off museums in Poland, it became an instant landmark the day it opened in 2004. Its internship is designed for a person with people skills and a strong interest in history and public events.
European Network of Remembrance and Solidarity
European Network of Remembrance and Solidarity (ENRS) was created in 2005 by the governments of Germany, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia. ENRS mission is to popularize, document and study the history of Europe in the 20th century, with a focus on its totalitarian dictatorships, wars and societies’ resistance to subjugation. ENRS promotes the process of learning about this history using international exchange of knowledge, and also through discussions about how to remember and to commemorate this era. ENRS wants to contribute to the creation of a community of memory, which will take into account the different experiences of Europe’s nations and countries.
Adam Mickiewicz Institute
Adam Mickiewicz Institute is a thriving literary institute that organizes lectures and classes for adults and youths, thematic exhibits, concerts, reading events that promote historical and contemporary achievements of the Polish culture. It also creates and collects various kinds of information and promotional materials (multilingual publications, illustrations, recordings, films, literary programs, exhibition projects, etc.), and organizes study visits for foreign guests of the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, the Ministry of Culture, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Internship at the Institute is particularly suited for students interested in the Polish literature and culture.
Office of the Polish Sejm (Lower House of the Polish Parliament)
Chancellery (Office) of the Polish Sejm provides administrative and legal support for the Lower Chamber of the Polish Parliament. Interns work at the European Information and Documentation Center and the Bureau of Research (English-language version) of the Chancellery of the Polish Sejm and learn the procedures and mechanisms of the Polish legislative chamber. This internship can be particularly valuable for young people interested in politics and working at the Capitol one day. [Speaking Polish language will be an advantage.]
Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Poland
Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Poland is one of the most sought-after internship placements where interns learn about and directly participate in the operation of Poland”s top executive office in its various political engagements. [Speaking Polish language will be an advantage.]
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Ministry of Foreign Affairs is responsible, among others, for maintaining relations with other states and international organizations representing and protecting the interest of Poland, Polish citizens and legal entities abroad and organizing the activities of Poland’s diplomatic missions and consulates. [Spoken Polish language will be an advantage.]
The Polish Institute of International Affairs
Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM) is a leading Polish think-tank on international affairs. The program of multidisciplinary and comparative research concerns all issues pertaining to contemporary Polish foreign policy, Poland”s membership in the EU and NATO; Poland”s bilateral relations, in particular with neighboring countries, and the image of Poland in the world. In addition, the research interest of the Institute covers institutions responsible for formation and implementation of foreign policy, work of decision makers and research methodology in the area of international relations. The Institute prepares analytical studies, writes reports, develops political forecast and publishes specialized monographs.
Ministry of Labor and Social Policy
Ministry of Labor and Social Policy is responsible, among others, for coordination, development, and implementation of state policies in the field of labor, social dialogue and partnership, social insurance, assistance, health and safety at work, conduct of economic analyses and forecasts and implementation of technical assistance from the European Social Fund of the European Union.
Office of the Mayor of the City of Warsaw
The Warsaw Mayor and its office manage the Warsaw City Hall and current affairs of the city. The Mayor executes the budget, manages the property of the City, represents the City outside, and executes tasks assigned by the Warsaw City Council, which is legislative and decision-making body. [Spoken Polish language is required.]
The German Marshall Fund
The The German Marshall Fund (GMF) promotes and strengthens transatlantic cooperation with regard to regional, national, and global challenges in economic, political and security fields. It convenes leaders and members of the policy and business communities, contributes research and analysis on transatlantic topics, and provides exchange opportunities to foster renewed commitment to the transatlantic relationship. GMF is also interested in democratic transitions and supports a number of projects and initiatives to strengthen young democracies. Internship at GMF offers opportunities for gaining greater skills in programmatic functions of the vibrant office in Warsaw, managing database and conducting research on transatlantic and Central European issues. In the statement of purpose (available on the apply form page) interested candidates should elaborate more on how their academic and professional experience is relevant for the internship and what projects they might be interested in working on while interning at GMF. More details regarding internship requirements view here. [Native English speakers are particularly encouraged to apply.]
Polish Institute of Economic Thought
Polish Institute of Economic Thought (PIET) is nongovernmental think tank that aims to broaden understanding among societal actors, including opinion-makers, decision-makers in the economic and legal areas. The goal of the Institute is to support public debate that is based on solid economic and legal knowledge that informs development of sound legislative initiatives, civic campaigns and civic educational programs. PIET aims to stipulate emergence of civic norms among members of the society and instill greater responsibility for just and effective law-making and implementation among policy-makers.
Amnesty International in Poland
Amnesty International is a worldwide organization which campaigns for internationally recognized human rights for all. The Polish chapter of AI is a small but very active entity that organizes AI global campaigns on regional and local levels, and promotes social awareness through exhibits, events, conference, happenings, concerts and other meetings scheduled all over Poland.
The Community of Democracies
Community of Democracies is a global intergovernmental coalition of democratic countries, with the goal of promoting democratic rules and strengthening democratic norms and institutions around the world. Community of Democracies was founded in 2000 during a Ministerial Conference in Warsaw. The conference was the idea and initiative of the then Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs, prof. Bronislaw Geremek and the former U.S. Secretary of State, dr. Madeleine Albright. Community of Democracies is an important global platform for exchange of experiences and consultations toward building and strengthening of democratic order inside the countries as well as in the international system.
Other Space Foundation
Other Space Foundation aims at opening a new space for social and artistic expression. The Foundation designs and implements innovative cultural, artistic and social programs to make a real change in Poland and in different parts of the world. Foundation seeks interns who want to promote multiculturalism, speak about human rights, support minority rights and will be interested in projects on human rights that, among others, involve fundraising activities and international outreach.
Polish Radio
Polish Radio is a publicly-funded, national radio broadcasting organization. It consists of four programs for news, culture, music, and education. In addition to its Polish language programs it also offers external broadcasts in Belorussian, English, German, Hebrew, Russian and Ukrainian. It has two internet-based channels: Radio Parliament and Polish Radio Esperanto and several regional radio stations.
Polityka
Polityka is one of the most established and known weekly political magazines in the country. Interns who are fluent only in English are placed in their international news department. Polityka offers internships where participants learn about the work of the editorial office, assist in gathering materials, look for and present interesting story ideas and write articles. Polityka”s office is an excellent place to learn about the print media and develop research, writing and fact-finding skills. [Polish language preferred]
Warsaw Business Journal
Warsaw Business Journal is the major international business publication in Poland. Since 1994 it has published about all aspects of business, law, economics and politics in Poland.
GUTEK Film
GUTEK Film” was founded in 1994 to promote independent filmmakers and to distribute their films. The company has released so far almost 250 productions which attracted over 10,5 million admissions in Poland. GUTEK Film introduced and released many films by such eminent film directors as Peter Greenaway, Pedro Almodovar, Lars von Trier, Mike Leigh, Jim Jarmusch, Derek Jarman, Park Chan-wook, Paul Cox or Wong Kar-Wai. The company is the organizer of three large film festivals: New Horizons Festival, Film Education, and American Film Festival. [Only English native speakers or Polish speakers are sought for this internship]
Gemius SA
is the largest online research agency in Central and Eastern Europe. The company has been dedicated to Internet market research since its founding in 1999. Gemius SA provides a wide range of Internet research to brand name clients throughout Eastern Europe. Gemius provides data on Internet users” behavior (gemiusTraffic), Internet audience profiles (gemiusProfile), or online advertising campaign effectiveness (gemiusEffect). Gemius” gemiusAudience research is the online advertising currency across Eastern Europe, where by working with key joint-industry committees and other market players Gemius provides accurate, high-quality measurement of online audiences for media planners, buyers and sellers. The company”s goal is to go beyond statistics and to provide thorough knowledge to its clients, helping them to make the most of their investments in the online marketing business.
Central Statistical Office of Poland
The work of Central Statistical Office of Poland includes gathering, processing, analyzing and publishing statistical data on Polish society, economy and government. The Office publishes the Polish Statistical Yearbook. Interns are involved in gathering, processing and analyzing statistical data and assist the Office in collecting data on the Polish society, economy, and the government. [Spoken Polish language will be an advantage.]
Center for Eastern Studies
Center for Eastern Studies is a Polish think tank that analyzes political, economic and social situation in Central and Eastern Europe, the Balkans, Southern Caucasus, Central Asia and Germany. The Center actively participates in discussions about the EU Eastern policy, energy security challenges, as well as political, social and economic transformations in the neighboring countries. The Center has a twofold objective of stimulating expert debates and providing information and analytic support for decision makers in Poland.
Client Earth
Client Earth uses law as a tool for social change. It works to protect the environment through advocacy, litigation and research. It uses the best scientific and policy analysis when choosing strategic directions. Its legal action, whether in advocacy or in cases before courts and administrative bodies, is built on solid law and science.
The Casimir Pulaski Foundation
The Casimir Pulaski Foundation is independent think-tank specializing in foreign policy. It produces strategic analyses and solutions for policy-makers, private sector and civil society that look into the future and predict future trends and changes. In its work, the Foundation focuses on two strategic vectors for Poland: transatlantic relations as well as post-Soviet space, including Russia. Its work assesses opportunities and threats for national and international security in economic, military, socio-political and informational spheres.

Ministry of Labor and Social Policy
Ministry of Labor and Social Policy is responsible, among others, for coordination, development, and implementation of state policies in the field of labor, social dialogue and partnership, social insurance, assistance, health and safety at work, conduct of economic analyses and forecasts and implementation of technical assistance from the European Social Fund of the European Union.
The Polish Institute of International Affairs
Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM) is a leading Polish think-tank on international affairs. The program of multi-disciplinary and comparative research concerns all issues pertaining to contemporary Polish foreign policy, Poland”s membership in the EU and NATO; Poland”s bilateral relations, in particular with neighboring countries, and the image of Poland in the world. In addition, the research interest of the Institute covers institutions responsible for formation and implementation of foreign policy, work of decision makers and research methodology in the area of international relations. The Institute prepares analytical studies, writes reports, develops political forecast and publishes specialized monographs.
Adam Smith Center
is an independent policy and research foundation that promotes studies, research, education and policy-making environment that advance knowledge and practice of free market economy based on the principles of political, economic and legal freedoms, proprietary rights, limited government, and free and responsible civil society.
The Sobieski Institute
Sobieski Institute is a think tank that conducts multidisciplinary research with the aim of developing creative ideas for reforms and changes in Poland”s public policies. It formulates political and economic strategies and serves as a forum for public debates involving academics, professionals, decision-makers, journalists and other experts. Sobieski Institute implements projects in various areas including defence and security policy, foreign policy, education, energy policy, public finance, technology, communication, law.
The German Marshall Fund
The The German Marshall Fund (GMF) promotes and strengthens transatlantic cooperation with regard to regional, national, and global challenges in economic, political and security fields. It convenes leaders and members of the policy and business communities, contributes research and analysis on transatlantic topics, and provides exchange opportunities to foster renewed commitment to the transatlantic relationship. GMF is also interested in democratic transitions and supports a number of projects and initiatives to strengthen young democracies. Internship at GMF offers opportunities for gaining greater skills in programmatic functions of the vibrant office in Warsaw, managing database and conducting research on transatlantic and Central European issues. In the statement of purpose (available on the apply form page) interested candidates should elaborate more on how their academic and professional experience is relevant for the internship and what projects they might be interested in working on while interning at GMF. More details regarding internship requirements view here.
Gemius SA
is the largest online research agency in Central and Eastern Europe. The company has been dedicated to Internet market research since its founding in 1999. Gemius SA provides a wide range of Internet research to brand name clients throughout Eastern Europe. Gemius provides data on Internet users” behavior (gemiusTraffic), Internet audience profiles (gemiusProfile), or online advertising campaign effectiveness (gemiusEffect). Gemius” gemiusAudience research is the online advertising currency across Eastern Europe, where by working with key joint-industry committees and other market players Gemius provides accurate, high-quality measurement of online audiences for media planners, buyers and sellers. The company”s goal is to go beyond statistics and to provide thorough knowledge to its clients, helping them to make the most of their investments in the online marketing business.
Gemius SA
is the largest online research agency in Central and Eastern Europe. The company has been dedicated to Internet market research since its founding in 1999. Gemius SA provides a wide range of Internet research to brand name clients throughout Eastern Europe. Gemius provides data on Internet users” behavior (gemiusTraffic), Internet audience profiles (gemiusProfile), or online advertising campaign effectiveness (gemiusEffect). Gemius” gemiusAudience research is the online advertising currency across Eastern Europe, where by working with key joint-industry committees and other market players Gemius provides accurate, high-quality measurement of online audiences for media planners, buyers and sellers. The company”s goal is to go beyond statistics and to provide thorough knowledge to its clients, helping them to make the most of their investments in the online marketing business.
Warsaw Business Journal
Warsaw Business Journal is the major international business publication in Poland. Since 1994 it has published about all aspects of business, law, economics and politics in Poland.
Polish Institute of Economic Thought
Polish Institute of Economic Thought (PIET) is nongovernmental think tank that aims to broaden understanding among societal actors, including opinion-makers, decision-makers in the economic and legal areas. The goal of the Institute is to support public debate that is based on solid economic and legal knowledge that informs development of sound legislative initiatives, civic campaigns and civic educational programs. PIET aims to stipulate emergence of civic norms among members of the society and instill greater responsibility for just and effective law-making and implementation among policy-makers.
Gemius SA
is the largest online research agency in Central and Eastern Europe. The company has been dedicated to Internet market research since its founding in 1999. Gemius SA provides a wide range of Internet research to brand name clients throughout Eastern Europe. Gemius provides data on Internet users” behavior (gemiusTraffic), Internet audience profiles (gemiusProfile), or online advertising campaign effectiveness (gemiusEffect). Gemius” gemiusAudience research is the online advertising currency across Eastern Europe, where by working with key joint-industry committees and other market players Gemius provides accurate, high-quality measurement of online audiences for media planners, buyers and sellers. The company”s goal is to go beyond statistics and to provide thorough knowledge to its clients, helping them to make the most of their investments in the online marketing business.
The Polish Institute of International Affairs
Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM) is a leading Polish think-tank on international affairs. The program of multidisciplinary and comparative research concerns all issues pertaining to contemporary Polish foreign policy, Poland”s membership in the EU and NATO; Poland”s bilateral relations, in particular with neighboring countries, and the image of Poland in the world. In addition, the research interest of the Institute covers institutions responsible for formation and implementation of foreign policy, work of decision makers and research methodology in the area of international relations. The Institute prepares analytical studies, writes reports, develops political forecast and publishes specialized monographs.

The Casimir Pulaski Foundation
The Casimir Pulaski Foundation is independent think-tank specializing in foreign policy. It produces strategic analyses and solutions for policy-makers, private sector and civil society that look into the future and predict future trends and changes. In its work, the Foundation focuses on two strategic vectors for Poland: transatlantic relations as well as post-Soviet space, including Russia. Its work assesses opportunities and threats for national and international security in economic, military, socio-political and informational spheres.

Center for Eastern Studies
Center for Eastern Studies is a Polish think tank that analyzes political, economic and social situation in Central and Eastern Europe, the Balkans, Southern Caucasus, Central Asia and Germany. The Center actively participates in discussions about the EU Eastern policy, energy security challenges, as well as political, social and economic transformations in the neighboring countries. The Center has a twofold objective of stimulating expert debates and providing information and analytic support for decision makers in Poland.
The Community of Democracies
Community of Democracies is a global intergovernmental coalition of democratic countries, with the goal of promoting democratic rules and strengthening democratic norms and institutions around the world. Community of Democracies was founded in 2000 during a Ministerial Conference in Warsaw. The conference was the idea and initiative of the then Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs, prof. Bronislaw Geremek and the former U.S. Secretary of State, dr. Madeleine Albright. Community of Democracies is an important global platform for exchange of experiences and consultations toward building and strengthening of democratic order inside the countries as well as in the international system.
Common Europe Foundation
Common Europe Foundation’s main activity is Eastbook.eu – online portal on Eastern Partnership. It presents progress of the European integration and information about political situation in countries of Eastern Europe. CEF works with local policy-makers, experts, bloggers, NGO representatives to bring informed perspective on the situation in the region of Central and Eastern Europe.
European Academy of Diplomacy
European Academy of Diplomacy (EAD) is an educational institution that offers professional training to enhance diplomatic, political and managerial skills required in the public administration, particularly in the fields of diplomacy and national and international business. EAD prepares Polish citizens for careers in the European and international institutions and it organizes international programs for the European Union member states, as well as other nations that are interested in the Polish and European foreign policy.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Ministry of Foreign Affairs is responsible, among others, for maintaining relations with other states and international organizations representing and protecting the interest of Poland, Polish citizens and legal entities abroad and organizing the activities of Poland’s diplomatic missions and consulates.
Forum of Young Diplomats
Forum of Young Diplomats is led by graduate students of Diplomacy and International Relations. The Forum offers an academic and professional training for young diplomats and prospective candidates to the Polish foreign service. The Forum”s key program is the Academy of Young Diplomats that brings together around 150 recent graduates every year and prepares them to take competitive entry exams to the Polish Foreign Service and international organizations. The Forum has two internship places available.
The Sobieski Institute
Sobieski Institute is a think tank that conducts multidisciplinary research with the aim of developing creative ideas for reforms and changes in Poland”s public policies. It formulates political and economic strategies and serves as a forum for public debates involving academics, professionals, decision-makers, journalists and other experts. Sobieski Institute implements projects in various areas including defence and security policy, foreign policy, education, energy policy, public finance, technology, communication, law.
Adam Smith Center
is an independent policy and research foundation that promotes studies, research, education and policy-making environment that advance knowledge and practice of free market economy based on the principles of political, economic and legal freedoms, proprietary rights, limited government, and free and responsible civil society.
Office of the Polish Sejm (Lower house of the Polish Parliament)
Chancellery (Office) of the Polish Sejm provides administrative and legal support for the Lower Chamber of the Polish Parliament. Interns work at the European Information and Documentation Center and the Bureau of Research of the Chancellery of the Polish Sejm and learn the procedures and mechanisms of the Polish legislative chamber. This internship can be particularly valuable for young people interested in politics and working at the Capitol one day. [Spoken Polish language will be an advantage]
Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Poland
Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Poland is one of the most sought-after internship placements where interns learn about and directly participate in the operation of Poland”s top executive office in its various political engagements. [Spoken Polish language will be an advantage.]
The German Marshall Fund
The The German Marshall Fund (GMF) promotes and strengthens transatlantic cooperation with regard to regional, national, and global challenges in economic, political and security fields. It convenes leaders and members of the policy and business communities, contributes research and analysis on transatlantic topics, and provides exchange opportunities to foster renewed commitment to the transatlantic relationship. GMF is also interested in democratic transitions and supports a number of projects and initiatives to strengthen young democracies. Internship at GMF offers opportunities for gaining greater skills in programmatic functions of the vibrant office in Warsaw, managing database and conducting research on transatlantic and Central European issues. In the statement of purpose (available on the apply form page) interested candidates should elaborate more on how their academic and professional experience is relevant for the internship and what projects they might be interested in working on while interning at GMF. More details regarding internship requirements view here.
Local Activity Support Center
Local Activity Support Center creates and coordinates network of people and institutions that promote local development and activism. The Center supports the notion of people”s self organization and mutual-aid in order to activise local communities. Projects pursued by the Center aim at building local, regional and national communities, enhancing people”s solidarity and local integration and empowering people by coaching them how they can help themselves and become engaged in solving real problems in the communities and neighborhoods they live in.
Foundation in Support of Local Democracy
Foundation in Support of Local Democracy (FSLD) is one of the largest non-governmental, independent and non-profit organizations established as an education foundation to strengthen decentralization reforms in Poland in the 1990s. FSLD”s mission is to promote the idea of civic governance as the fundamental form of democracy. The FSLD is the key institution that supports local democracy and governance by organizing trainings, seminars, workshops and conferences for NGOs” representatives and local government officials and civil servants.
Fulbright Polska
The Fulbright Program is the flagship international educational exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government and is designed to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries. The Fulbright Program in Poland is one of the largest in Eastern and Central Europe. The Program was initiated in 1959. The Polish-U.S. Fulbright Commission was established in 1995. The goal of the program is to initiate, support, conduct and organize activities in the field of studies, scientific research, training and other undertakings within the area of science, learning, higher education, as well as culture and art, conducted by or for American and Polish citizens in the United States of America and in the Republic of Poland.
Civic Development Forum
Civic Development Forum (CDF) is a free-market think tank promoting economic freedom, rules of law and ideas of limited government i.e. a government whose activities do not harm economic liberty and personal freedom. CDF was established in 2007 by Professor Leszek Balcerowicz, the architect of the Polish economic reforms at after the fall of communism. CDF presents its findings in the form of reports, policy briefs and educational papers. Other FOR projects and activities include, among others, the Public Debt Clock, social and educational campaigns, economic comic books, public debates, lectures, spring and autumn seminars for students and civil society mobilization. CDF seeks to contribute to policy-making through fact-based research and public debate. CDF research activities revolve around six pillars:
• “Lower public spending and taxes” (fiscal policy)
• “More employment and less unemployment” (labor market)
• “Freedom, property, competition” (competition and regulations)
• “EU and Polish economic development”
• “Better justice system” (more justice and efficiency in the justice system)
• “Transparency of law and law-making” (including the right to public information)
European Network of Remembrance and Solidarity
European Network of Remembrance and Solidarity(ENRS) was created in 2005 by the governments of Germany, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia. ENRS mission is to popularize, document and study the history of Europe in the 20th century, with a focus on its totalitarian dictatorships, wars and societies’ resistance to subjugation. ENRS promotes the process of learning about this history using international exchange of knowledge, and also through discussions about how to remember and to commemorate this era. ENRS wants to contribute to the creation of a community of memory, which will take into account the different experiences of Europe’s nations and countries.
Common Europe Foundation
Common Europe Foundation’s main activity is Eastbook.eu – online portal on Eastern Partnership. It presents progress of the European integration and information about political situation in countries of Eastern Europe. CEF works with local policy-makers, experts, bloggers, NGO representatives to bring informed perspective on the situation in the region of Central and Eastern Europe.
Office of the Mayor of the City of Warsaw
The Warsaw Mayor and its office manage the Warsaw City Hall and current affairs of the city. The Mayor executes the budget, manages the property of the City, represents the City outside, and executes tasks assigned by the Warsaw City Council, which is legislative and decision-making body.[Spoken Polish language is required.]
“Never Again” Association
“Never Again” Association promotes multicultural understanding and contributes to the development of a democratic civicl society in Poland. “NEVER AGAIN” is particularly concerned with the education against racial and ethnic prejudices among young people. The Association”s goals, among others, include: breaking the silence and raising awareness about the problem of racism and xenophobia in contemporary Poland, building a broad and inclusive movement against racism and discrimination and eradicating or marginalizing racist, xenophobic and antisemitic behavior in various spheres of life.
Academy for Development of Philanthropy in Poland
Academy for Development of Philanthropy aims at development of NGOs, volunteer and charitable institutions in Poland. The Academy “inspires and helps to act” and allows a group of talented people to lead and support local philanthropic activities across the country. The Foundation”s initiatives include, among others, building activities for senior citizens (50 programs), promoting corporate social responsibility and social entrepreneurship.
Rural Development Foundation
Rural Development Foundation supports economic, social, cultural, educational, pro-environmental projects and initiatives associated with the improvement of the technical infrastructure of rural areas in Poland. Some of the initiatives include: micro loans for small businesses, small business consulting, development of agrotourism, strengthening local democracy and civic activities.
Lech Wałęsa Institute
Lech Wałęsa Instituteis an apolitical non-profit non-governmental organization founded by President Lech Wałęsa in December 1995 as the first such institution in Poland. It has been focusing on the following goals:

- to protect national heritage, the tradition of independence and solidarity,
- to record the life and activity of Lech Wałęsa,
- to carry out research and studies in the most recent history of Poland, this including mainly social movements and concepts of modern patriotism,
- to promote a positive image of Poland and the Poles abroad,
- to advocate clear and transparent rules in politics and public activity,
- to support the state decentralization process and development of various forms of local governments,
- to promote dialogue between different cultures and different religions,
- to support young people in acquiring the highest possible education,
- to protect human rights and support democracy process in societies.

Powszechny Theater
Powszechny Theater was established in 1944. Both theaters perform the world”s most famous classic and contemporary playwrights of Zapolska, Dickens, Shakespeare, Moliere, Gorky, Beckett, Chekhov, etc.[Spoken Polish language will be an advantage.]
Theater ‘The Great’/National Opera
Theater ‘The Great’ or Teatr Wielki has been Poland’s grandest opera and ballet theater. It was built between 1825-1833 t by the Italian architect Antonio Corazzi of Livorno. The Polish National Opera at the Teatr Wielki continues its over 200-year tradition, producing works by Polish composers as well as world classics. Teatr Wielki has a main stage in the Moniuszko Auditorium which seats 1,828, and a small stage in the Młynarski Auditorium seating 248.
Jewish Historical Institute
Jewish Historical Institute is one of the finest Jewish historical institutions in the world and the main institute for research in history and culture of Polish Jewry and Jews in Central and Eastern Europe. It is the largest (over 70,000 volumes) depository of Jewish-related archival documents, books, journals and art objects, including invaluable documents of the Holocaust.
Museum of the History of Polish Jews
Museum of the History of Polish Jews is the place to discover history of Jewish people and their culture. The museum is a modern multimedia center of education and culture.
Polish Red Cross
The main mission of the Polish Red Cross is to prevent and ease people”s suffering and protect the lives and human dignity of victims of violence regardless of race, nationality, gender, religious or political affiliations. Red Cross reaches out to help the weakest groups, from flood victims to homeless in the streets, orphans or elders. It combats racism, violence and offers care and compassion in the community.
WHO Country Office in Poland
The WHO Country Office in Poland was established in 1992 in Warsaw. It serves as the focal point for WHO activities in Poland and focuses on the fields of public health, health care systems, tobacco control, noncommunicable diseases, and environment and health.
Ministry of Labor and Social Policy
Ministry of Labor and Social Policy is responsible, among others, for coordination, development, and implementation of state policies in the field of labor, social dialogue and partnership, social insurance, assistance, health and safety at work, conduct of economic analyses and forecasts and implementation of technical assistance from the European Social Fund of the European Union.
Our Earth Foundation
Our Earth was established in 1994 and its mission is environmental and ecological education. Our Earth coordinates the Clean up the World campaign in Poland and together with local municipalities, schools, businesses and media organizes a number of programs to enhance environmental awareness and protection.
ClientEarth
ClientEarth is a public interest environmental law group founded in 2007. ClientEarth brings together law, science and policy to create practical solutions to key environmental challenges. Working in partnership with civil society and policy-makers, ClientEarth is committed to securing the rights of citizens and civil society to participation, information and justice in environmental matters. In Europe and beyond, ClientEarth’s 60 strong staff includes legal experts qualified in more than ten jurisdictions based in offices in London, Brussels and Warsaw and with lawyers in Ghana, Gabon and Congo Brazzaville. ClientEarth programs cover environmental justice, biodiversity, climate and forests, climate and energy, and health and environment. In 2012 BusinessGreen gave ClientEarth its NGO of the Year award. In 2013 ClientEarth was awarded the Law Society’s LSA Award for Excellence in Environmental Responsibility.