Conferences, projects and special events held in cooperation with friends in Poland
Extensive B.I.O. e-learning programmes in biopolicy and sustainable development
“To speak for the world – a selection of speeches and statements by Dag Hammarskjold, Secretary-General of the United Nations 1953-1961” book presentation in commemoration of Dag Hammarskjold’s centenary, attended by Ambassadors, official representatives and academics from 26 countries, Athens. Press release, Programme
Cooperation in the B.I.O. e-learning programme “Biopolicy – Education to Enrich Sustainability.”
Grzegorz Dziemidowicz, Ambassador of Poland, participates as member of the Honorary Committee for the Bios Prize awarded to Dr. Ruud Lubbers, High Commissioner of the UNHCR.
Wojtek Lamentowicz, Ambassador of Poland to Greece, participates in the B.I.O. International Conference “Bio-Diplomacy: The Future of International Relations” and contributes to the volume of proceedings.
B.I.O. President delivers keynote address at the 2nd European Congress of Dialogue and Universalism.
Professor Maria Golaszewska, Jagiellonian University, Krakow; Dr. Wojciech Kosinski, University of Krakow; Professor Zdzislawa Piatek, Jagiellonian University; Aleksandra Szewczyk, Jagiellonian University; Professor Wieslaw Sztumski, Head, Department of Philosophy of Natural Science, Institute of Philosophy, University of Silesia, Katowice; and Dr. Konrad Waloszczyk, Technical University of Lodz, participate in the Sixth International B.I.O. Conference on “Danube River Bonds: Bio-Environment – Bio-Culture” and contribute to the volume of proceedings.
Participation by Professor J.W. Dobrowolski, Polish Academy of Sciences, in the International B.I.O. Conference on “Biopolitics Education in the Year 2000″ held in Adana, Turkey.
B.I.O. President delivers keynote address at the First Polish Congress on Universalism in Warsaw.
Dr. Eugeniusz Andrulewicz, Department of Oceanography, Marine Quality Unit, Sea Fisheries Institute; Professor Jan W. Dobrowolski, Open University AGH, Polish Academy of Sciences; Professor Leszek Kuznicki, President, Polish Academy of Sciences; Professor K.E. Skora, HEL Marine Station, Gdansk University; and Professor Anna Szaniawska, Institute of Oceanography, Gdansk University, participate in the International Sakharov Festival and contribute to the volume of proceedings.
B.I.O. President attends, as the guest of honour, the International Symposium on Functioning of Coastal Ecosystems in Various Geographical Regions, organised by the Institute of Oceanography of Gdansk University. The meeting leads to an official proposal by the President of Gdansk University for exchange of scholars and cooperation with the I.U.B.E. an B.I.O.
B.I.O. receives proposals from several Polish universities for the inclusion of the “biopolitics” in their curricula.
Captain Krzysztof Chris Baranowski, International Class Afloat Foundation; Professor Tadeusz Chmielewski, Institute of Physical Planning and Municipal Economy; Professor Jan W. Dobrowolski, Deputy Dean, Institute of Management and Protection of the Environment, Science Secretary, Committee for Public Health Protection, Polish Academy of Sciences; Professor Janina Ewert, Faculty of Mathematics and Sciences, Pedagogical University, Slupsk; Edward Kamienski, Director, Center for Building Biology and Environmental Energy Action, BIOSKALA; Professor Krzysztof Korzeniewski, Institute of Oceanography, University of Gdansk; and Professor Stanislaw Radwan, Department of Zoology and Hydrobiology, Academy of Agriculture, participate in the Fourth B.I.O. International Conference on “International University for the Bio¬Environment” and contribute to the volume of proceedings.
The Polish UNA organises a Class Afloat youth cruise with a Biopolitics theme.
Main session on Biopolitics at the Poland International Conference on the Environment.
The Polish Architectural Society requests close collaboration with B.I.O. and submits proposal for city planning project in Wyoming under the name “Biopolis.”
Biopolitics seminars are held in various cities in Poland and universities introduce Biopolitics and B.I.O. concepts in their curricula.
Dr. Jan W. Dobrowolski, Science Secretary, Committee for Protection of Public Health, Polish Academy of Sciences; Pawel Graniewski, Secretary General, UNA Poland; Dr. Josef A. Haber, Technical University Gliwice, Vice-Chairman, UNA Poland; and Edward Kamienski, Director, Center for Building Biology and Environmental Energy Action, “BIOSKALA”, participate in the Second B.I.O. International Conference on “Bios in the Next Millennium” and contribute to the volume of proceedings.