Kazimierz Wóycicki

Kazimierz Wóycicki

Dr. Kazimierz Wóycicki from the Warsaw University – Institute for East European Studies, Chairman of Advisers Group of the Foreign Affairs Committee , Advisor to the Minister in the Office for War Veterans and Repressed Persons, Director of the Institute of National Remembrance in Szczecin (2004-2008), Director of the Polish Institute in Leipzig (2000-2004), Director of the Polish Institute in Dusseldorf (1996-1999); Editor in Chief in the department national ‘news’ program TVP1; Political commentators IV PR program; (1994 -1996); Editor in chief of daily „Zycie Warszawy” (1990-1993); Secretary of the Civic Committee of Lech Walesa, press office of „Solidarity“ during Round Table negotiation (1988‑1989); Deputy editor of the monthly „Więź“; (1987-1990); Journalist in the Polish section of the BBC in London; (1986-1987); Scholarship of Adenauer Foundation (1984-1985); Monthly „Więź” under the direction of Tadeusz Mazowiecki (1973-1981).

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