Solidarity Academy 2016.

The organizers and partners of the Solidarity Academy 2016 are pleased to invite young journalists from the Visegrad states (Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia) to the twelfth edition of the Solidarity Academy which will be held in Gdansk between 21st-27th February 2016. Solidarity Academy is an international project, aimed at inspiring and supporting the development of the young intellectual elites of Europe.

At the workshops and lectures held during the Solidarity Academy, 16 young journalists will have the opportunity to expand their knowledge and learn skills helpful for the work of as an ambitious journalist, commentator and analysts interested in such issues as geopolitics or liberation movements on both global and the European scale.

Eligibility:  The Solidarity Academy team is looking for 16 active, aspiring and young (20-30 years old) journalists from Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia who are willing to improve their editorial and -related skills.

Costs: Organizers cover the costs of travel (up to 400 zł/100 €) and the participants’ stay in Gdansk.



The agenda of this year’s Solidarity Academy is enclosed. The application form is available here.


Please note that all applications must be received by 22nd of November 2015.


The working language of the Solidarity Academy is English.

We also invite you to watch the film about Solidarity Academy 2013, Solidarity Academy 2014 and Solidarity Academy 2015.

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the organizational team: academy@solidarity.org.pl.

More information about the project: http://www.ecs.gda.pl/title,Solidarity_Academy,pid,556.html

Follow us also on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/solidarityacademy?fref=ts

We are looking forward to meeting you in Gdansk!

Project organizers and partners: European Solidarity Centre (Poland), The Jan Nowak-Jezioranski College in Wroclaw (Poland), Common Europe Foundation (Poland), The Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes (Czech Republic), Ad hoc (Slovakia) and József Attila Circle Literary Assocation (Hungary).

Project is co-financed by the International Visegrad Fund

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