Przemyslaw (Przemek) comes from the small town of Lubartow, located in the eastern Poland. He is particularly interested in identity politics, citizens media, as well as the history of the Holocaust, World War II, Polish-Jewish relations and their links to contemporary human rights issues and education. He earned his MA degree in political science at UMCS Lublin in 2009, and a MA in sociology/public policy and administration at Warsaw’s Collegium Civitas in 2013, and also studied at Tübingen University in Germany thanks to the Erasmus exchange program. Przemek’s Humanity in Action story started in 2007 in Warsaw, where he completed the Humanity in Action Fellowship Program. In 2008 he was selected as one of HIA Tom Lantos Fellows in the U.S. Congress, where he worked on the Eastern European portfolio of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs. After coming back from Washington D.C. he worked with the European Meeting Center–Nowy Staw Foundation in Lublin, the Polish Ministry of Labor and Social Policy and the History Meeting House in Warsaw, and at the European Magazine Media Association/Future Media Lab in Brussels. From 2013 till 2019 he was the Humanity in Action Poland staff member and progressed through different roles. During that time he was also associated with the office of the European Council on Foreign Relations in Warsaw, and was active in the Toastmasters International public speaking clubs. Currently he dedicates his professional time to the pupil’s education at an international school in Bangkok.
Updated September 2020
More from Przemysław Iwanek
We thank the Landecker Democracy Fellowship Admissions Committee 2021
We thank the members of our Admissions Committee for the Landecker Democracy Fellowship 2021/22. From August to September, 2021 members of the Admissions Committee read over 150 applications and interviewed more than 90 finalists.
Humanity in Action Announces the Participants in the 2011 EUTRA Workshop
2009 Warsaw Fellowship Blog
During the 2009 Warsaw Fellowship, our Fellows wrote daily blogs of their experiences during the Fellowship. Read their reflections here.