Aleksandra Gołdyssend email
Graduated University of Warsaw (Interfaculty Individual Studies in Humanities), her thesis was on a polish self-image and mechanisms which create it (work was defended in Institute of Sociology). Cooperated with many non-governmental organisation .For 5 years she co-founded the team of “Social Action 2012” which was financed by CEE Trust and was focusing on social consequences of prepation process of UEFA EURO 2012. Thanks to this non-orthodox project she could lead qualitative studies on sport for all (like the first social research on public playgrounds “Orliki”). Dedicated to discovering and sharing knowledge which can make people’s lives more human (healthier, more pleasant, more comprehensive).
Maria Rogaczewskasend email
Research Assistant at the Institute for Social Sciences. Social researcher and innovator focused on the engagement of Academia in social change. During her career, she co-created many innovative projects (Civic Congress in Poland, Social Action 2012, eCo-Solving). Most of them aimed at establishing networks between Academia, business, public authorities and civil society to deal jointly with such big challenges as “skills gap” (graduates of Academia not prepared for labour market) and “health gap” (underestimation of sport and public health as vehicles of improving quality of life and social bonds). Her scientific interests focus mainly on social innovation, but also sociology of religion, and the role of religion within civil society.
Maria Szymborskasend email
Graduated University of Warsaw (Institute of Applied Social Sciences). Member of the team of Social Project 2012, and now – CWS UW, for almost five years. Researches and works on the development of local governments. Worked on participatory process of creating a strategy of development of sport in Mrągowo City and diagnosis of the sport policy in the Warmia and Mazury province. Interested in the process of diagnosis and supporting public institutions.