In the wake of the upcoming parliamentary elections in Poland, the Faculty of Social Sciences will host a pre-election debate with representatives of six parliamentary parties: Ms Mirosława Stachowiak-Różecka (Law and Justice), Mr Michał Jaros (Civic Platform), Ms Agnieszka Dziemianowicz-Bąk (the Left), Mr Miłosz Motyka (the Polish People’s Party), Mr Michał Kobosko (Poland 2050) and Mr Krzysztof Tuduj (the Confederation). The debate will take place in the ABC auditorium of (3 Koszarowa Street) on May 30 from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm.
This will be a debate unlike any other. The questions that will be posed to politicians were submitted by students. Students will also be the hosts and moderators of the debate. For this reason, the event is being organized under the slogans “ON OUR TERMS” and “EXAM-TIME: STUDENTS ASK, POLITICIANS REPLY!”
This year’s parliamentary elections in Poland are being followed with interest by the international public. Therefore, our debate will be translated simultaneously from Polish to English. While the debate will be held in the auditorium of the Faculty of the Social Sciences it will also be possible to follow it online in both Polish and English versions.
Further details will be announced by the organizers in the near future on the University website, on the Jean Monnet Chair website https://www.redemo.eu and on social media.
The scientific supervisors of the debate are Prof. Anna Pacześniak and Prof. Aleksandra Maatsch. On the student side, the organizers of the debate are the European Studies Students’ Scientific Circle “Project Europe” and the Scientific Circle of Interdisciplinary European Activities.
The debate is funded by the Jean Monnet Chair at UWr and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).