The year was 2004 when Poland joined the European Union. That same year Kasia & Zbyszek launched a new training program to foster leadership and promote networking among young, internationally-oriented Poles. Named the “Academy of Young Diplomats”, the program envisaged to offer hands-on training to a small group of PFYD members interested in pursuing a career in international relations.
Between 2004 and 2014 the European Academy of Diplomacy had gone through many stages of development. It’s innovative approach to skills trainings, a values-based program policy and an ever growing international outreach have made it one of the leading diplomatic academies in Europe and one of the first non-governmental, non-for-profit entities of this sort. Through a multitude of partnerships, which include the Council of Europe, the institution is ethically engaged and internationally recognized for cutting-edge programs, which liberate EAD participants to learn, challenge and lead. After a decade of existence its mission has widened from opening Poland to the world, to bringing the world to Poland.
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