Collegium Intermarium is actively involved in cooperation with key stakeholders involved in shaping the social and economic reality. We want to constantly learn about the real needs of various environments and social groups, to which we try to find adequate answers. We are convinced that universities can and should play an active role in finding solutions to important social and economic problems, therefore they must be in constant contact with key stakeholders, thanks to whom they can get to know and understand them better. This is how Collegium Intermarium perceives its tasks.


The Institute of Social, Economic and Political Sciences (ISSEP) is a private non-profit higher education school founded in 2018 in Lyon. Co-founded by Marion Maréchal, who is its managing director, it provides both business school-type management education, political science and general culture.

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The Academy of Zamość is a public university which started its activity on 1 September 2021, pursuant to an act of the Polish Parliament of 8 July 2021. It is based on the Szymon Szymonowic State School of Higer Education in Zamość (2005-2021). The academy’s authorities do their best to uphold the city’s distinguished academic tradition established by the Zamość Academy, which was founded by the Grand Hetman and Chancellor of the Crown Jan Zamoyski in 1594 and continued till 1784.





Non-governmental organizations

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Since 2017, the Cegielski Center for Analysis (OAC) works for a dynamic and sustainable development of Poland. It provides substantive and organizational support for Polish entrepreneurs, NGOs, farmers, and public institutions. OAC conducts research and publishes reports on key social and economic topics. It also performs educational activities in Polish regions – OAC is also present in underinvested areas of the country which are in particular need for development impulse.


KIPR is a union of associations whose representatives share a common sensitivity, a similar perception of the world, and attachment to a set of particular values. Their coalition is a space for discussing, improving, and articulating requests from the community that they collectively recognize so that they can be raised in public discourse. They believe that common goals will be better implemented through cooperation of as many groups and individuals as possible. In their efforts, they refer to the following values: patriotism, sovereignty, community, freedom, family, civil society.

The Ordo Iuris Institute for Legal Culture is an independent legal organization incorporated as a foundation in Poland. It gathers academics and legal practitioners with the aim to promote a legal culture based on respect for human dignity and rights. Ordo Iuris pursues its objectives by means of research and other academic activities, as well as advocacy and litigation. Ordo Iuris has intervened as a third party in Polish and international legal proceedings, including before the Polish Supreme Court, the European Committee of Social Rights, and the European Court of Human Rights. Law is too complex a subject to be presented as a mere set of rules or invoking only the authority of natural law. Lawyer involvement in the law has to take into consideration the context created by extralegal regulatory systems, the practice of law and, more broadly, the whole culture. This is why Ordo Iuris is the Institute for Legal Culture. Taking into account the complexity of the legal system, we want Ordo Iuris to combine harmoniously different types of actions to promote order in social life and in legal transactions. This is why we combine academic and expert activity with participation in litigation as well as the education of young lawyers. We also believe that it is equally important to present society with genuine and credible information about changes occurring in the contemporary legal culture. Although this requires the use of different communication channels, we always strive for superior quality in all of our endeavors and are convinced that our efforts are worthwhile.

Students for the Republic (Studenci dla Rzeczypospolitej) is an association of conservative students and alumni from Polish universities. The association was founded in May 2010. It has branches in six academic cities: Cracow, Łódź, Lublin, Toruń, Wrocław and Warsaw. The organization wants to be the voice of the conservative part of the student society. It aims to create the space for substantive debate on key contemporary political topics.

The Poznań Institute (Instytut Poznański) is a young local think-tank. It focuses on municipal, local and social matters, but also on the broader, even international dimensions. Their mission is to support the civil society development and enhancement of civic activity.


The Podlaski Institute of a Sovereign Republic (Podlaski Instytut Rzeczypospolitej Suwerennej) is dedicated to the strengthening of patriotic duties based on Christian values. Everyone should feel the duties towards the homeland – Poland, which represents a set of common values, experiences of our ancestors, us now and descendants. We want to be strong, modern, respectful to history, well-established within Europe, and for Poland to be our heritage for future generations. We act to maintain traditions and develop civic and cultural awareness. We shape patriotic and pro-defense attitudes among adults, children, and youth through education, culture, and social activities. We animate the public debate through analytical and journalistic activities and by organizing events on topics related to important social issues. We fight to protect and preserve Latin civilization in Poland and Europe.