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Professor Rafał Pankowski with lectures in Asia

Professor Rafał Pankowski with lectures in Asia

Rafal Pankowski is a Professor at the our Institute of Sociology of Collegium Civitas in Warsaw and between August and September he conducts a series of lectures for instance at the World Congress of the International Association of Genocide Scholars at the American University of Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Then, the special lecture 'Right-wing extremism in Europe – a challenge for democracy'  in August, 20 at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand. The next seminars will take place in South Korea and Japan at the Unmiversity of Tokyo 'Nationalist Populism in Central Europe: The Case of Poland' . 
Cooperation with Xinyang Normal University

Cooperation with Xinyang Normal University

Collegium Civitas signed the Memorandum of Understanding and the Agreement on Undergraduates And Postgraduates Exchange Programme with Xinyang Normal University, China. Prof. Li Jun, President of XNU and Prof. Stanisław Mocek, the Rector of Collegium Civitas signed the agreements on July 1st in Warsaw, during XNU delegation’s visit to Poland.
Summer School 2019

Summer School 2019

Between end of May and the beginning of August the Summer School program has been held at Collegium Civitas. 44 students from the U.S. visited Warsaw for five thematic courses: “Security Issues in Central and Eastern Europe”, “CEE: Road to Democracy”, “Terrorism and Hybrid Warfare”, “Between Hitler and Stalin” and “Jewish Heritage”.
International Security Studies Scholarship

International Security Studies Scholarship

Collegium Civitas invites candidates from all over the world to apply for the unique Master’s degree program “International Security Studies” (ISS). We are happy to announce that there are 2 places with covered tuition available for candidates from Central Asia (former USSR countries). ISS is designed to train future leaders in the field of security, who will be prepared to effectively face the ever changing security challenges in the interconnected world of today.
Concilium Civitas

Concilium Civitas

Concilium Civitas is a group of social sciences professors from Poland, working at foreign universities. On July 9th and 10th they will meet for the first time in Warsaw to discuss core phenomena and global trends of major significance for Poland and in Poland. The symposium is hosted by the Faculty of New Media and Journalism at Collegium Civitas.
“One Minute.2019” (Jedna minuta.2019) – Values in Space

“One Minute.2019” (Jedna minuta.2019) – Values in Space

The premiere of the new play by Collegium Civitas Theatre took place on 14 June 2019. The performance entitled “One Minute.2019” directed by Agnieszka Korytkowska was jointly performed by students of Collegium Civitas and the Academy of Fine Arts (ASP). The premiere coincided with the start of Open Academy 2019, an exhibition summarizing the past academic year at the ASP.
Katarzyna A. Przybyła appointed to one of the commissions of the Council for the Polish Language

Katarzyna A. Przybyła appointed to one of the commissions of the Council for the Polish Language

We are happy to announce that Katarzyna A. Przybyła, supervisor of the International Peace and Conflict Studies program at Collegium Civitas, was appointed to the Legal Language Commission of the Council for the Polish Language (Rada Języka Polskiego). The Legal Language Commission is interdisciplinary, and consists of eminent lawyers and linguists, as well as practitioners, […]
IPACS students met another scholar-practitioner

IPACS students met another scholar-practitioner

On May 24th, at the invitation of Katarzyna A. Przybyła, supervisor of International Peace and Conflict Studies (IPACS), Miłosz J. Zieliński visited students at Collegium Civitas to talk about the Baltic Sea Region.
Head of the Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia Dr Dino Patti Djalal visited Collegium Civitas

Head of the Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia Dr Dino Patti Djalal visited Collegium Civitas

On 16 of May the Head of the FPCI Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia Dr Dino Patti Djalal visited Collegium Civitas. Dr. Dino Patti Djalal met with the Rector of our university Prof. Stanisław Mocek and held the key note address during the seminar “The world after Christchurch and Sri Lanka attacks. The view from Indonesia”. The seminar was organized in cooperation with the Indonesian Embassy in Warsaw and the Embassy of Poland in Jakarta.
‘Efficient & Effective Project Management for EU funded Projects’ Erasmus+ exchange for staff

‘Efficient & Effective Project Management for EU funded Projects’ Erasmus+ exchange for staff

“It was a great opportunity to learn and share best practices with European colleagues and meet personally dr. Efstratios Georgoudis, the European Commission expert and evaluator. I am sure that this experience is going to comprehend in depth the importance of efficient and effective management for EU founded projects and impact in my professional development. ” – says Anita Potrzasąj, Specialist for International Affairs and Promotion and Erasmus+ Coordinator at Collegium Civitas.