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What is in.europa?
Do tank, not think tank
We want to select the topics of most importance for Europe and successfully introduce them into the public debate, we do not want to produce new reports legible only to a limited group of experts.
We want to deal with areas of life wherein the Union brings tangible benefits to its citizens, we do not want to see the Union in isolation from the reality surrounding us.
We believe in the European project and in the ways that have been beneficial to Poland and the Poles, we do not want force ourselves to represent phony objectivism.
A small, flexible team, boldly facing the challenges with the support of experienced colleagues can achieve more, we do not need to immediately create a big office with dozens of employees.
We intend to develop by analyzing specific issues pertaining to the Union, we do not want to deal exclusively with grand ideas — though we also believe in them.
We want to select the topics of most importance for Europe and successfully introduce them into the public debateAnna Radwan
Founder of Institute in.europa