The delegates of the Danish Foreign Policy Society in ICC

On April 2, 2018, the International Cultural Centre was visited by the delegates of the Danish Foreign Policy Society.

The Society, founded in 1946, gathers more than 1500 members – including journalists, scientists, and diplomats – interested in broadly understood foreign policy. As part of their annual travelling studio visits, the Society members travel to particularly interesting countries and regions. This year’s seminar focuses on the specificity of Central Europe. Besides Warsaw, Bratislava and Budapest Danish guests, inspired by ambassador Henryka Mościcka-Dendys, paid a visit at the ICC which since 27 years is focused on Central Europe.

During their visit, the members of the Danish delegation met with Agata Wąsowska-Pawlik, the ICC director, Łukasz Galusek, the ICC deputy director for programme policy, and Professor Jacek Purchla, the head of the Research Institute of European Heritage. The meeting helped introduce the guests to the specificity of the region, particularly issues such as Central European history, memory, and heritage. This worked as a starting point for further discussion on the similarities and differences between Central Europe and Scandinavia. The guests were also introduced to the ICC’s initiatives: exhibitions, research projects, and publishing ventures.
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