Frequently Asked Questions 2016-10-19T08:54:08+00:00

What is the Warsaw Security Forum (WSF)?

It is an international conference, gathering high level government officials and experts to discuss the most prominent issues concerning international security.

Who participate in the WSF?

High level officials and experts specialising in fields of foreign policy and security, representatives of think-tanks, business partners as well as journalists.

Who organizes the Warsaw Security Forum?

Casimir Pulaski Foundation, a non-profit and independent think-tank specializing in fields of foreign policy and security.

What is the WSF2016 agenda and where it can be found?

The most up-to-date agenda is available on the website. WSF2016 agenda can be found here

How to receive an accreditation?

To receive an accreditation to attend WSF2016 please submit your request by completing the media accreditation form. The form can be found here.

Will there be a media centre at WSF2016 venue?

Yes. Media centre will be located at the venue where additional support can be received form the media team. Working tables and wireles internet connection will be at your disposal.

What about access to offical press materials?

Official reports and photos from every activity will be available shortly after each panel or session.

Are all conference activities opened to journalists?

No. Some activities are accessible by invitation only and will be marked in the agenda.

Is Warsaw Security Forum available on social media?

Yes. The Warsaw Security Forum will be live reported on official social media accounts including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram.

What are official social media accounts of WSF?

Official Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts are @WarsawForum. The official hashtag to be used during Warsaw Security Forum 2016 is: #WSF2016

What is the acknowledgment policy?

Warsaw Security Forum 2016 acknowledgment policy can be found here.