Participants


Gabriela Adameşteanu Gabriela Adameşteanu - one of the most recognized contemporary Romanian writers, since the early 90. an insightful commentator of the political life of Romania, Romania.
Zygmunt Bauman Zygmunt Bauman – a world-famous sociologist and philosopher and the originator of the notion of “liquid modernity,” whose books include Postmodernity and Its Discontents, Globalisation: The Human Consequences, and Liquid Life, Leeds, Great Britain.
Edwin Bendyk Edwin Bendyk – a recognized columnist (for, among other publications, the weekly "Polityka") who writes on such issues as processes of modernization and post-modernization, the diffusion of culture and innovation, social communication and the influence of the media (especially the new media) on culture, Warsaw, Poland
Ashok Bhalotra Ashok Bhalotra – an Indian-born architect recognized throughout the world for his projects on public spaces in multicultural cities, Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
Ivana Bursíková Ivana Bursíková – the president of the NGO Agora Central Europe, which promotes civic participation in democracy-building and citizen's participation in shaping local and regional cultural policies, Prague, Czech Republic.
Rafał Dutkiewicz Rafał Dutkiewicz – the Mayor of Wrocław, a former "Solidarity" activist and today a highly successful city strategist and manager who enjoys strong social support (he achieved one of the best results in the last local elections in Poland), Wroclaw, Poland.
Eva Hoffman Eva Hoffman– a distinguished writer and the author of the books Lost in Translation and Shtetl, who as an essayist also takes part actively in the debate about the British model of multiculturalism, London, Great Britain
Basil Kerski Basil Kerski – the editor-in-chief of the bilingual Polish-German magazine "Dialog", and a recognized expert in international relations, Berlin, Germany
Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett – a professor of Performance Studies at the Tisch School of Arts of New York University, a member of the Council of the Museum of History of Polish Jews, and a museum expert well known for her work on the aesthetics of everyday life, who also explores the relations between cultural heritage, enterprise and the tourist industry in modern cities, New York, USA 
Aleksander Kaczorowski Aleksander Kaczorowski – for many years the editor of the "Gazeta Środkowoeuropejska", a regular insert of the Polish daily "Gazeta Wyborcza", now a deputy editor-in-chief of "Newsweek Polska", and an expert in Central European current affairs, including the politics and culture of the region, Warsaw, Poland
Konstanty Gebert Konstanty Gebert – a journalist for the daily "Gazeta Wyborcza" and founder of the magazine "Midrasz", involved both personally and professionally in the problems of religion and an expert on the Middle East and Balkan affairs, Warsaw, Poland.
Chris Keulemans Chris Keulemans is the artistic director of Tolhuistuin, a new arts centre in Amsterdam. The centre will open in December of this year, after 4 years of preparation and a full-scale reconstruction of the main building. Tolhuistuin will have three stages for performing arts, two exhibition spaces, a large cafe-restaurant, a park and 4 smaller buildings filled with artists, musicians, theatremakers, designers and architects.
Juliet Golden Juliet Golden – an American journalist living in Wrocław, Poland
Krzysztof Czyżewski Krzysztof Czyżewski is a cultural animator and the co-founder and president of the Borderland Foundation in Poland.
Hana Červinková Hana Červinková - a Czech-born cultural anthropologist living in Wrocław, Poland
Fr Maciej Zięba Fr Maciej Zięba - Polish Dominican and theologian, an advisor to Solidarność in the 1980s, and now the director of the Tertio Millenio Institute in Cracow, Cracow, Poland
Ewa Zadrzyńska Ewa Zadrzyńska - a journalist and a fiction writer. Since 2005 she has represented the Belgian Evens Foundation in Poland and has been working on a program, Poetry Unites - My Favourite Poem, New York City-Warsaw, USA-Poland
Isabella Thomas Isabella Thomas is Senior Adviser to the Axel and Margaret Ax:son Johnson Foundation and Axess TV in Stockholm (where she holds the position of program director). She has acted as convenor of European conferences on the theme of the Secular State and Society and on the future of the West.
Nicholas Stavroulakis Nicholas Stavroulakis - the co-founder and the first director of the Jewish Museum of Greece, now the head of the Etz Hayyim Synagogue in Hania – the only surviving Jewish monument on the island of Crete, reconstructed as a house of prayer, recollection and reconciliation, Hania, Greece
Elżbieta Matynia Elzbieta Matynia is Associate Professor of Liberal Studies and Sociology at the New School for Social Research in New York and director of NSSR’s Transregional Center for Democratic Studies, whose year-round activities include summer institutes in Poland and South Africa.
Leszek Koczanowicz Leszek Koczanowicz – philosopher, professor at the University of Lower Silesia, and the author of many publications about political and social philosophy and the philosophy of culture, Wroclaw, Poland
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WYSTAWY

Europejska Nagroda Kultury Księżniczki Małgorzaty dla Pogranicza przyznawana przez Europejską Fundację Kultury z siedzibą w Amsterdamie.

 

Oferta edukacyjna

Darowizny uzyskane przez Fundację Pogranicze

W związku z otrzymaniem darowizn, na podstawie art. 18 ust. 1f, pkt 2 ustawy z dnia 15 lutego 1992 r. o podatku dochodowym od osób prawnych (Dz. U. z 2011 r. Nr 74, poz. 397, ze zmianami), Fundacja Pogranicze podaje do publicznej informacji, że łączna kwota uzyskana z tego tytułu w okresie od 01.01.2016 r. do 31.12.2016 r. wyniosła 254.355,17 zł (słownie: dwieście pięćdziesiąt cztery tysiące trzysta pięćdziesiąt pięć zł 17/100).

W 2016 roku Fundacja uzyskała również kwotę 9.230,90 zł w formie wpłat z 1% podatku.

Otrzymane darowizny Fundacja Pogranicze w całości przeznaczyła na realizację działań statutowych.

Towarzystwo Inwestycji Społeczno – Ekonomicznych S.A. w Warszawie udzieliło nam pożyczki na zamknięcie inwestycji oraz pomogło zorganizować montaż finansowy przy współpracy z Polskim Bankiem Spółdzielczym w Ciechanowie dla zapewnienia pełnej płynności przy prowadzeniu inwestycji związanej z rewitalizacją zabytkowego kompleksu dworskiego w Krasnogrudzie, w którym powstaje Międzynarodowe Centrum Dialogu.

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