Piotr Frączak

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Piotr Frączak
Born (1960-09-01) September 1, 1960 (age 57)
Szczecin, Poland

Piotr Frączak (born September 1, 1960 in Szczecin, Poland) is a Polish social worker, activist and co-founder of non-governmental organizations.

He is a graduate of pedagogy at the University of Warsaw. He worked at the Institute of Political Studies (1990-1992), and is currently an employee of the Foundation for Civil Society Development.

Between 1984 and 1986, he was a member of the editorial board of the underground left-wing magazine Front Workers, published under the pseudonym Poltava. He was a member of the Workers' Opposition Agreement.

In the early 90s, he was one of the animators of the movement of non-governmental organizations in Poland. He led the editorial writings Associations, Thank you and Federalist. Founders included the Association for the Support of Social Initiatives Association, the Association for the Forum of Non-Governmental Initiatives, the Association of Social Dialogue, and the Association of Leaders of Local Civic Groups.

Since 2005, Frączak has been the president of the National Federation of Non-Governmental Organizations, a member of organizations for civil dialogue: among others, the Coordinating Committee of the National Strategic Reference Framework, the National Territorial Forum. Member of the Citizens Jury Prize of the President of the Republic of Poland. The Council of Competition for the best company Social year. Lecturer at Collegium Civitas in Warsaw.

He was awarded the Officer's Cross (2011), by the Order of Polonia Restituta.

Selected publications[edit]

  • "W poszukiwaniu Tradycji" (In Search of Tradition) Two decades of non-governmental inspiration, Cooperative "Kooperatywa", Warsaw 2013
  • "Trzeci sektor w trzeciej Rzeczpospolitej" (The Third Sector in the Third Republic), Cooperation Fund, Warsaw 2002
  • "Wizja społeczeństwa obywatelskiego w teorii walki bez użycia przemocy (A Vision of Civil Society in the Theory of Combat Without the Use of Violence) in : "Between Lobbying and Direct Action (Method of Operation of Citizens) " [ed. Piotr Frączak] . Warszawa Association "ASSOCIATIONS", Kraków: "Zielone Brygady" , 1997 [ 7 ]

References[edit]

Links[edit]

  • http://www.encyklopedia-solidarnosci.pl/wiki/index.php?R00439_Front_Robotniczy_Warszawa, lipiec 2016.
  • Tomasz Szczepański, Epizod warszawskiego anarchizmu i trockizmu w latach 80-tych, „Inny Świat” nr 13., 2000.
  • Skład Kapituły.
  • Skład Rady Konkursu.
  • Wykładowcy CC. [dostęp 13 kwietnia 2014].
  • Ordery dla założycieli i działaczy organizacji pozarządowych. prezydent.pl, 15 września 2011. [dostęp 15 września 2011].
  • Wykaz publikacji w katalogu Biblioteki Narodowej. [dostęp 5 maja 2011].