Board of the Association Europa Przyszłości (Europe of the Future), the publisher of euroislam.pl
Sociologist, PhD in social science, one of the founders of influencial „Gazeta Wyborcza” magazine, the founder and first editor-in-chief of popular „Super Express”, founder of several online businesses. In the 80’s beneficiary of the Kosciuszko Foundation scholarship, worked as a researcher at Harvard University and lectured at University of Boston. He sat on the board of the Stefan Batory Foundation. Author of the books: „Social change and political awareness” (Warsaw 1986), co-author od „Public awareness of the crisis and social conflict” (together with Krzysztof Nowak, Warsaw 1987), co-author of „Toscania and Umbria. Subjective guide” (5th edition Warsaw 2015).
PhD at the Faculty of Polish Studies at Warsaw University. Co-founder of the cultural-literary magazine „LiteRacje”.
He has given classes at the Academy of Special Education in Warsaw and at the Academy of Business and Management. He was co-operating with the radio TokFM (editor, political reporter), TVN24 and television channnel TVN. Born 1983. Marek Wąs from Gdansk division of „Gazeta Wyborcza” mistakenly attributed to him personality of Piotr Jan Ślusarczyk, former MP of Catholic LPR party, the vice minister of infrastructure in government of Jarosław Kaczyński.
Linked with the association Europe of the Future since its foundation. One of the initiators of pan-European camapaign of collecting signatures against Turkish membership in the EU – Voice for Europe. In 2005-2006 he coordinated actions of the movement in Poland and represented it in dealings with European politicians. Since 2009 he’s been chairman of the board of the association. Developer of the website euroislam.pl. In 2000 he graduated from Financial Management at the School of Business – National Louis University in Nowy Sącz and in 2007 he finished postgraduate studies in International Relations at Collegium Civitas in Warsaw.
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