Public benefit organisation
00-031 Warsaw, Szpitalna 5/5 street,
tel. 828 91 28 w. 141, 826 35 98, fax 828 91 29,

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The Polish-Czech-Slovak Solidarity Foundation is member of the Zagranica (Abroad) Working Group -  


Solidarność Polsko-Czesko-SłowackaThe Polish-Czech-Slovak Solidarity Foundation was established in 1990 by J. Broda, Z. Janas, M. Jasiński and M. Piotrowski "Ducina." The goal of the Foundation is to conduct activities within the scope of education and culture, academic, educational, cultural, related to sport and physical education, protection of natural environment, charity, as well as those related to social assistance, for the benefit of cooperation, understanding and solidarity among the Polish, Czech and Slovak peoples as well as other peoples of other countries. Historically, the Foundation is an outgrowth of Polish-Czechoslovak Solidarity - a forum for cooperation of the democratic opposition of these countries established in the 1980's. Following the collapse of communism, the founders of Polish-Czechoslovak Solidarity agreed to continue activity establishing the Foundation and the Polish-Czech-Slovak Solidarity Association.

Currently, the Foundation focuses on assistance programs for organizations and media in countries of the former Soviet Union.

Foundation operates on the basis of the statute. The Council and the Board control the Foundation.

The Foundation Council

  • Jarosław Broda - Wrocław
  • Zbigniew Janas - Warsaw
  • Mirosław Jasiński - Wrocław
  • Mieczysław Piotrowski-Ducin - Wrocław

The Foundation Board

  • Jarosław Szostakowski, President - Warsaw
  • Zbigniew Niewiarowski - Warsaw
  • Julian Golak - Nowa Ruda
  • Warcisław Martynowski - Lądek Zdrój
  • Paweł Skrzywanek - Wrocław


About the Foundation
History of Polish-Czech-Slovak Solidarity
Information about Foundation programs
What's going on? - Current Activities
Our donors
How to find us?

Developing Independent Media Skills in Eurasia
The fourteenth edition of the "Independent media" program is planned for this year. Nearly 26 journalists from Belarus, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine will be invited to Poland. During study visits, they will have an opportunity to visit the editorial offices of newspapers and magazines, radio and TV stations, internet portals and information agencies. They will acquaint themselves with the work and experiences of their Polish colleagues. The study visits will be tailored to the professions and specializations of the guests.
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