Advising the governments in an age of turmoil
Hybrid and information warfare, difficult economic and political relations, terrorism threat – advising on governments probably has never been such a challenge. The question is – how it can be done effectively? The answer to that question will be provided by dr. Małgorzata Bonikowska, president of Center for International Relations. We’re meeting at Vistula University on 28th April 2015, at 4.00-5.00 pm.
Good advisor is a ‘must have’ for the masters and rulers of the world – one person is rarely all-knowing. Dr. Bonikowska is going to present, what qualifications are needed on the position of government advisor, as well as how international relations graduates may fit in that role.
The aim of the seminar is to witness how useful the knowledge from international politics can be. Dr. Małgorzata Bonikowska will discuss how to be an effective political advisor. It’s not only diplomacy but also the business sector and non-governmental organizations where the IR alumni can work. Both intelligent policy analysis and lobbying skills can open the window of opportunity for future professional development – says Bartłomiej Nowak, chair of International Relations Department.
Dr Małgorzata Bonikowska – partner co-editor of „THINKTANK Magazine”, president of Center for International Relations. She was in charge of the Centre of the European Information in the Office of the Committee of European Integration. She prepared and executed the government program regarding informing the society about the Polish integration with the EU and created a network of Regional Centres of European Information. In the years 2001-2008, she was an expert for the European Commission and Chair of the EC’s Information and Communication Program in Poland and later in Bulgaria.