Events

Short summary of events at the Boym Institute

We want the Boym Institute to become a valuable platform of exchanging views, making valuable acquaintances and, above all, deepening knowledge. Therefore, we undertake the organization of many events: debates, lectures, and conferences.

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In June and July, thanks to the intensive work of our team, we organized many events: lectures, debates, author meetings and conferences. We have a space where every guest can feel comfortable. Traditionally, after each meeting we organize networking. We want our Institute to be a friendly and open place for everyone and become a platform for exchanging views, making valuable acquaintances, as well as for deepening knowledge.

We will be glad to organize conferences and scientific meetings at your request.

Below we present a photo gallery from our June and July events.

Debate “All to the right – how the Indian People’s Party (BJP) of Prime Minister N. Modi won the elections and what does this mean for the world?” (6.06.2019)

 

We organized the debate together with the Asia Research Center. Panelists from the Boym Institute (Krzysztof Zalewski), Asia Research Center (Krzysztof Iwanek) and Polish Institute of International Affairs (Patryk Kugiel) took part in it. Debate was moderated by Patrycja Pendrakowska.

Workshops: Writing analytic texts (21.06.2019)

During the first organized at the Boym Institute workshops participants learned about the secrets of creating and editing good analytical texts. Krzysztof Zalewski, the lecturer, shared with listeners his extensive knowledge gained during his professional career.

Conference with the participation of the China Academy of Governance delegation (24.06.2019)

During the meeting, we discussed the possibilities of cooperation, the current role of China in the world in the context of the contemporary international order and the relations between Poland and the PRC. The CAG delegation was very pleased with the warm reception and the environment conducive to such meetings.

Paweł Behrendt’s lecture “The New Doctrine of Pentagon and the Geopolitical Environment of East Asia” (24.06.2019)

After the lecture there was time for networking and a discussion on the current situation in the Asia-Pacific region. We hosted, among others, Dr. Muhammed Younis from Pakistan, as well as representatives of Russia and Vietnam.

Chinese Renaissance: meeting with professor Bogdan Góralczyk (27.06.2019)

Professor Bogdan Góralczyk is not only a diplomat and a great sinologist, but also the author of the book “The Great Renaissance: Chinese transformation and its consequences”, hailed as the book of the year in the field of world politics. At the author’s meeting, we discussed the consequences of Chinese transformation for world order and other issues related to contemporary China. The meeting was very popular and the discussion after the professor’s lecture lasted until late evening.

North Korean overseas laborers in Poland – meeting with Nicolas Levi (4.07.2019)

We organized the meeting with our analyst and member of the management board, Dr. Nicolas Levi, about North Korea and North Koreans who works in Poland. The main topic was related with his newest book “A statistical analysis of the North Korean overseas laborers in Poland during the period 2000-2017”

Debate “Three years after the verdict of the Permanent Court of Arbitration for the South China Sea – what is the future of the basin?” (11.07.2019)

We organized the debate together with the Institute of Sociology at the University of Warsaw. Speakers from the University of Lodz (Małgorzata Pietrasiak), Polish Institute of International Affairs (Damian Wnukowski) and the Boym Institute (Maksym Gdański, Andrzej Anders) participated in the panel. Our special guest and keynote speaker was Dr. Muhammed Younis from Pakistan.

Debate “Challenges in Asia” (22.07.2019)

By trying to make a balanced contribution to debate about challenges in Asia, we’ve made a report that describes various problems of asian countries. On this occasion, we also organized the debate, in which we talked about report’s conclusions.

What with Hongkong? (28.08.2019)

Whole world (not only Donald Trump) is looking at Hongkong protests. How will it end? Why economic and legal aspects are crucial for every scenario? What is the connection between “year 2047 problem” and these events? Our analyst, Adrian Zwoliński, answered all these questions during the meeting dedicated to this topic.

Economic cooperation between Poland and North Korea (9.09.2019)

We organized meeting with our analyst and member of the management board, Dr. Nicolas Levi, about chances and dangers for polish entrepreneurs, who wants to cooperate with their north korean counterparts.

Visitor’s Day at the Boym Institute (20.09.2019)

We decided to organize less conventional and academic meeting to get you know about our activity, take a part in discussion and see fruits of our work from last months. As always, we ended with time for networking.

Intercultural communication: how to talk, to be understood? (3.10.2019)

In the meeting participated Krzysztof Darewicz (sinologist and journalist), Dr. habil. Grażyna Aniszewska-Banaś (who analyses cultural aspects of international business), Dr. Nicolas Levi (analyst at the Boym Institute) and Dr. Sergiusz Prokurat (scientific worker at the Institute of Economics of Polish Academy of Sciences).

2019 elections: Poland towards Asia, Africa and Latin America (4.10.2019)

Thanks to our team efforts, we have managed to organize the debate about polish strategy towards developing countries right before elections. Our guests were polish politicians: Władysław Bartoszewski (Polish People’s Party), Michał Wawer (Confederation Liberty and Independence), Piotr Gadzinowski (Democratic Left Alliance) and Wojciech Zabłocki (Law and Justice).

Workshops: Writing analytic texts (5.10.2019)

Success of the first edition of workshops about writing analytic texts encouraged us to make a second edition of this helpful for many starting journalists and analysts event. This time in broaden, two days formula.

Changes on the Silk Road: where Central Asia goes? (28.10.2019)

 

In the discussion participated H.E. Margulan Baimukhan (Ambassador of Kazakhstan in Poland), Dr. Andrzej Filipowicz (advisor of government of Uzbekistan in field of law reforms), Dr. Magdalena Sobańska-Cwalina (Central Asia analyst at the Boym Institute), Adrian Malinowski (Chief of Department of Trade and International Cooperation in the Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology), H.E. Bahrom Babaev (Ambassador of Uzbekistan in Poland), Piotr Guzowski (Chief of Polish-Kazakh Chamber of Trade and Industry).

USA-Iran: War or peace? (4.11.2019)

We organized the debate together with the Asia Research Center, in which participated Krzysztof Płomiński (former ambassador of Poland in Iraq and Saudi Arabia, author of “Arabia Incognita” and diplomatic advisor of Polish Chamber of Commerce), Łukasz Przybyszewski (West Asia analyst at the Center for Security Studies) and Antoni Jakubowski (analyst at the Boym Institute).

Boym Urban Studies: China – Chengdu and Guangzhou (29.11.2019)

During the meeting we talked about relations between natural environment and societies of rapidly growing cities, also about role of the urban and regional infrastructure in process of sustainable development. This led us to discussion about general characteristics of urbanization in China.

Central Asia: wheter lasting peace is possible? (2.12.2019)

We discussed about topics related with the newest book of our analyst, Dr. Jerzy Olędzki. Except the author, in the meeting participated prof. Bogdan Góralczyk and Dr. Magdalena Sobańska-Cwalina.

Fake news and troll farms in duty of third world war (17.12.2019)

Debate over undercover journalists’ reports of Anna Sobolewska (“Superwizjer”, TVN) and Katarzyna Pruszkiewicz (Reporters Foundation), in which they showed how organized media groups promoted visions of third world war and fall of the West. We talked about how dezinformation industry influences public opinion.

 

We invite you to follow our pages on social media and the official website of the Institute – we are planning to organize next events in the near future.

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Interview with Uki Maroshek-Klarman on “Betzavta” method

Interview with Uki Maroshek-Klarman - Academic Director of the Adam Institute for Democracy and Peace in Israel. Founder of "Betzavta" method, which was created with intention of streghtening people's participation in society and making conflicts easier to solve.

Development strategies for Ulaanbaatar according to the conception for the city’s 2040 General Development Plan- part 1

In the first part of this analysis of Ulaanbaatar’s winning 2040 General Development Plan Conception (GDPC) I look into the historical preconditions for the city’s planned development as well as present the legislative climate in which works on Ulaanbaatar’s future development strategies have recently found themselves.

Indonesia – between religion and democracy

Indonesia is the largest Muslim democracy in the world. Approximately 88% of the population in Indonesia declares Islamic religion, but in spite of this significant dominance, Indonesia is not a religious state.

Krzysztof Zalewski for Observer Research Foundation – “Luxembourg faces the same dilemma as the EU: become a bridge or a fortress”

We would like to inform, that Observer Research Foundation has published article of Krzysztof Zalewski - the Boym Institute Analyst, Chairman of the Board and Editor of the “Tydzień w Azji” weekly.

From ‘strategic engagement’ to ‘competition’. Interview with William Yu

Ewelina Horoszkiewicz in conversation with Professor William Yu (UCLA) on USA, China and Europe. Professor William Yu  is an economist with the UCLA Anderson Forecast and specializes in the economies of Los Angeles and China.

Online Course: “Conflict Resolution and Democracy”

The course will be taught via interactive workshops, employing the Adam Institute’s signature “Betzavta – the Adam Institute’s Facilitation Method“, taught by its creator, Dr. Uki Maroshek-Klarman. The award-winning “Betzavta” method is rooted in an empirical approach to civic education, interpersonal communication and conflict resolution.

Indian dream – interview with Samir Saran

Krzysztof Zalewski: India is a large country, both in terms of its population and its land area, with a fast-growing economy. It is perceived as a major new player on the global stage. What would the world order look like if co-organized by India? Samir Saran: India’s impact on the world order is already significant, but […]

Patrycja Pendrakowska for Observer Research Foundation: “Guiding democracy through Covid19: Poland shows us what not to do”

We would like to inform, that Observer Research Foundation has published article of Patrycja Pendrakowska - the Boym Institute Analyst and President of the Board.

Polish-Kazakh Business Forum

An interview with Mr. Meirzhan Yussupov, Chairman of the Board of the “National Company” KAZAKH INVEST” JSC - Member of the Board of Directors of the Company

Interview: Why Does Poland Need ‘17+1’?

Interview with Michał Wójcik - Director of the Department of International Cooperation of the Ministry of Marine Economy and Inland Navigation (DWM MGMiŻŚ). In the Ministry, he is leading the  Coordinating Secretariat for Maritime Issues , monitoring the cooperation of Central and Eastern European States with China.

Book review: “North Korea’s Cities”

Book review of "North Korea’s Cities", written by Rainer Dormels and published byJimoondang Publishing Company in 2014.

Guidance for Workplaces on Preparing for Coronavirus Spread

Due to the spread of coronavirus, the following workplace recommendations have been issued by the Ministry of Development, in cooperation with the Chief Sanitary Inspector. We also invite you to read article about general information and recommendations for entrepreneurs.

The unification of the two Koreas: an ASEAN perspective

The aim of the paper is to discuss the role of the ASEAN as a critical component of the solution to the Korean unification. The Korean Unification refers to the potential reunification of both Koreas into a single sovereign Korean state led by the leadership of the two Koreas.

Voices from Asia – introduction

We would like to cordially invites all to the new series "Voices from Asia" that is devoted to the Asian perspectives on the conflict in Ukraine. In this series, we publish analysis by experts based in Asia or working on Asian affairs who present their positions on this matter.

Online Course: “Educational tools for addressing the effects of war”

The Adam Institute for Democracy and Peace is offering “Betzavta” facilitators, middle school and high school educators, social activists, communal activists and those assisting refugees an online seminar to explore educational issues related to wartime.

Patrycja Pendrakowska for Balkan Development Support: “Western European countries have benefited most from the Chinese capital, the benefits are mutual”

We would like to inform, that Financial Intelligence has published interview for Balkan Development Support with Patrycja Pendrakowska.

A Story of Victory? The 30th Anniversary of Kazakh Statehood and Challenges for the Future.

On 25 May 2021, the Boym Institute, in cooperation with the Embassy of the Republic of Kazakhstan, organised an international debate with former Polish President Aleksander Kwaśniewski (1995-2005).

Kyrgyzstan on the Path to Political Stabilisation

On 10 January, early presidential elections were held in Kyrgyzstan, following the resignation of the incumbent, President Zheenbekov. The atmosphere in which the vote was conducted remained tense. This had been the case since the results of the October elections were announced, in which the opposition grouping failed to win a single parliamentary seat.

Transcultural Winter School 2021 (8th of November — 12th of November)

This year’s research project TSRG 2021 as a collaborative initiative between Leadership Excellence Institute Zeppelin and the Boym Institute continued with a Transcultural Winter School in Zeppelin University, in Friedrichshafen.

“May you be the mother of a thousand sons” – the status of women in Indian society

The 1950 Indian Constitution introduced the principle of equal opportunities for gender equality, which grants women and men the same rights in family life, political, social and economic life. So why is it that nearly forty per cent of girls aged 15-17 do not attend school, the custom of dowry giving is still cultivated and prenatal sex selection is still a huge social problem? 

Roman Catholic cemetery in Harbin (1903-1958)

First burials of Catholics, mostly Poles but also other Non-Orthodox believers took place in future Harbin in the so called small „old” or later Pokrovskoe Orthodox cemetery in the future European New Town quarter and small graveyards at the military and civilian hospitals of Chinese Eastern Railway at the turn of XIX and XX century.

The link between EU Aid and Good Governance in Central Asia

Nowadays all the CA states continue transitioning into the human-centered model of governance where the comprehensive needs of societies must be satisfied, nevertheless, the achievements are to a greater extent ambiguous.

San Zhong Zhanfa or Three Warfares. Chinese Hybrid Warfare

Cognitive operations are becoming an increasingly significant and common element of non-kinetic military operations. States and other political players deliberately manipulate the way their actions, those of their allies and those of their adversaries are perceived by the governments and societies of other international players.

Online Course: “Conflict Resolution and Democracy”

The course will be taught via interactive workshops, employing the Adam Institute’s signature “Betzavta – the Adam Institute’s Facilitation Method“, taught by its creator, Dr. Uki Maroshek-Klarman. The award-winning “Betzavta” method is rooted in an empirical approach to civic education, interpersonal communication and conflict resolution.