Next insitutional partners of the Warsaw Security Forum 2016.
The Warsaw Security Forum 2016 proudly announces institutional partners, Slovak Security Policy Institute, Kosciuszko Institute, The Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM) along with cooperation of European endowment for Democracy.
The Slovak Security Policy Institute is an independent non-governmental organization that interconnects security and defence policy experts from governmental, non-governmental, private and academic institutions. It focuses on research and analysis of security challenges, and has an ambition to raise public awareness on these issues. The Kosciuszko Institute – European Integration Institute is an independent, non-governmental research institute, a non-profit organization founded in 2000. The Institute carries out national and European research projects, develops the expertise and recommendations of the program, organizes conferences and publishes reports, which customers are the EU institutions, government, Polish and European politicians and policymakers, and the media, entrepreneurs and passionate independent thought and open debate.
The Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM) is a leading Central European think tank that positions itself between the world of politics and independent analysis. PISM provides analytical support to decision-makers and diplomats, initiates public debate and disseminates expert knowledge about contemporary international relations. The work of PISM is guided by the conviction that the decision-making process in international relations should be based on knowledge that comes from reliable and valid research. The Institute carries out its own research, cooperates on international research projects, prepares reports and analyses and collaborates with institutions with a similar profile worldwide.
The European Endowment for Democracy makes a real difference to democracy activists in the EU Neighborhood with its speed, expertise and flexibility.