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She has great experience in dealing with projects funded by public and private sources. Katarzyna cooperates with business by creating and implementing high-quality social projects based on three-sector cooperation. At the moment, she is involved in a project that focuses on cooperation with such Asian countries as Nepal, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, India.
From over 15 years he works with multimedia. Krzysztof as camera operator works on realization of political and social debates. He deals with projects also outside Poland, for example in Japan, Spain or Great Britain. As an expeirenced youth worker, he organized many workshops about creating an image and information.
Since 2004, as the culture of Warsaw animator, together with Cinema Art Foundation and Impact Foundation, he produced many film, music and dance festivals, such as: Re: Visions, OFF/ON Festival, Przemiany Wisły Festival. Since 2009, Tomasz cooperates with Body/Mind Foundation and provides technique for one of the biggest dance festivals The Body/Mind and Warsaw Dance Scene.
Oliwia travels and explores. From many years she’s connected to photography and film as a maker and curator/critic in Poland and abroad. She cooperated with artists, music labels and NGO’s. Recently, she has begun to explore deeper ins and outs of direction and production of videos and short movie forms. She’s especially interested in the topic of various forms of movement expression.
Aleksander participated in many projects co-funded by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Poland, such as “Summer with Poland” oraganized by “Polish Community” Association, “Become a leader” at Gdansk Charity Foundation, “Microstories from Hrodna” (albom.pl) and others. Thanks to that he gained experience as a participant and organizator of events for Polish community in Belarus.
She was involved in organisation film festivals in Cracow. She was an intern in PR Department of Galicia Jewish Museum in Cracow. While she lived in the UK, she worked at Coventry Cathedral, where she was responsible for developing communication with partners from Europe and Asia. In the meantime, she volunteered in The Association of Jewish Refugees. At Autokreacja one of her main tasks is coordinating volunteering in Nepal and India.
Marta is a lawyer, PhD participant and university teacher of public law. During last years she has participated in a number of European projects, involving young people. Marta cooperates with NGOs, giving them legal advice. She acts as liaison between migrants and public institutions. Marta provides also career management services with a focus on helping obtain employment.
Przemek since 2010 is gaining experience in EU funded project coordination, taking the lead of the administrative and financial management. He is experienced in financial planning, record-keeping, supervising the finance unit and planning strategic and tactical matters relating to budget management. Przemek is also a chief financial spokesperson for the organization and participates in evaluation and projects dissemination.