Campus – the Future of Poland is not only exceptional participants, but also creators and partners who provide us with significant support in organizing our event. Thanks to last year’s cooperation, it was possible to conduct a professional election campaign workshop and to create professional video clips while partnering with the largest independent production studio in Poland. It is also thanks to the partners that the Campus stood out for its very high substantive level. We present an outstanding group of organizations that want to have an impact on building a new generation. Together, we create an even better event!
The partners of the first edition of Campus – the Future of Poland were:
Open Society Foundations
The Open Society Foundations, founded by George Soros, are the world’s largest private funder of independent groups working for justice, democratic governance, and human rights. They provide thousands of grants every year through a network of national and regional foundations and offices, funding a vast array of projects—many of them now shaped by the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
National Democratic Institute
An American non-profit organization that works with partners around the world to increase the effectiveness of democratic institutions. NDI’s main areas of activity include citizen participation in elections, the impact of new technologies, the inclusion of marginalized groups in public life, peace and security, and youth participation in society.
International Republican Institute
Founded in 1983, a non-partisan NGO established to support freedom and democracy. Through their actions, they help citizens, governments and politicians in dialogue to better solve social problems.
Fundacja im. Heinricha Bölla
Foundation Heinrich Böll as part of the green movement works internationally for sustainable development, gender democracy, cross-cultural understanding and support for civic education.
The Jagiellonian Club is a republican and non-party association that tries to influence politics in the spirit of concern for the common good. They are famous for the publication of in-depth studies and analyzes on politics, economy, history and culture.
Non-profit organization that publishes an online journal, runs a publishing house and engages in international projects. Their actions support social changes for the benefit of people and other species.
Independent think-tank established by the Res Publica Foundation. The leading Central European platform for debate and analysis of the future political development of Europe and transatlantic relations.
Res Publica Foundation
Foundation issuing two titles: Res Publica Nowa and Visegrad Insight and organizing conferences and debates, it leads to the improvement of culture and the level of public debate.
Konrad Adenauer Stiftung
Foundation supporting peace, freedom and justice on a national and international scale through educational activities. They work to protect liberal democracy and the social market economy.
Forum Obywatelskiego Rozwoju
The goal of the foundation is to promote in society support for individual freedoms, with particular emphasis on economic freedom and raising the level of the rule of law in the state. All efforts are to help Poland achieve the Western standard of living.
The Food Bank in Olsztyn
NGO focusing on obtaining food for people in need from the Warmia and Masuria regions. They carry out charitable activities, as well as educational events focused on limiting food waste.
The foundation turns digital challenges into opportunities for Polish economy. We position Poland as a leading centre of digital innovation in the world, promoting international and cross-industry initiatives, joining forces, combining topics, and creating a network of contacts and relations.