Dyrektor Fundacji prezentuje wykład dla polskich i niemieckich studentów o rozwoju Polski
Foundation Director lectures to Polish and German students about Polish development
The success of Poland’s growth is not fully appreciated unless we show the best of what Poland has achieved already.
This can be done by lectures and tours of the best of Poland, with overseas visitors being guided by our own Polish youth.
Our own people will then also get a better understanding of why Poland is a country of success, where it is worth building a better future for yourself.
The overseas brain drain of our well trained Polish students is detrimental to the future of our country. Young Poles should be proud of their country’s development which has been most impressive after WWII. But this progres is often ignored by our negtive media presentations.
Confident and happy young Poles will develop Poland to ever higher levels if they believe in the potential of their own country. They might also feel more accomplished and self-realised if they stay within their own cultural setting with their own friends and families.
Mark Krawczynski delivered a lecture on this topic to senior German and Polish students before they set of on various exchange tours of Warsaw, with Polish students being guides for their German guests.
The German visitors were most impressed and their Polish hosts looked most satisfied.
Our Foundation donated special films about the rebuilding of Warsaw after WWII, which was the biggest architectural project in the history of the world.