Martin has received a master’s degree in diplomacy and foreign relations from Camilo José Cela University in Madrid and has studied English philology, Iberian culture and management at Warsaw University. Following a short-lived political career in the early 2000s he moved to Brussels, where he worked in the European Parliament, the Polish Permanent Representation organising Poland’s first EU Council presidency, as well as in an American law firm and the World Federation of Advertisers. He founded the international Committee for the Defence of Democracy (KOD International) and co-launched the EU DisinfoLab, the first European NGO committed strictly to countering disinformation. He then served for 2 years as the Brussels correspondent for the leading Polish daily, Gazeta Wyborcza. Within the Foundation, Martin manages public affairs and communications as well as oversees our Brussels office. Since Russia’s invasion he also heads our campaign to deliver humanitarian aid to Ukraine.
“Polska zamienia się w państwo mafijne, gdzie instytucje służą obronie rządzącej elity, przestępców, przed społeczeństwem obywatelskim, nie vice versa.” Taka była konkluzja mojego dzisiejszego wystąpienia[...]
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