Expert Seminar: Transparency in Campaign Finance in Poland (in Polish)
The issue of financing political parties and election campaigns is often and vividly discussed in public debate. The observation of current phenomena in regard to election campaign finance is of fundamental importance for the discourse, development of new solutions, and their effective implementation.
Are you interested in issues related to political financing? Do you want to learn more about the regulations governing campaign financing? Do you not know how to monitor campaign activities? We invite you to participate in the online event on "Financing Election Campaigns in Poland: Regulations, Transparency, and Monitoring"!
The training will take place online on March 5, 2022 (Saturday) from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (with a break during the event). During the training, you will learn, among other things, what should be disclosed regarding election campaign financing and what tools allow access to information on campaign revenues and expenses. We will also discuss the current laws regulating who, when, how, and on what campaign expenses can be spent.
ATTENTION, LIMITED NUMBER OF SPOTS! To participate in the training recruitment process, please complete the registration form by February 25, 2022 (Friday): https://forms.gle/XpwxhenHjX1DvQ3z5. We will select a maximum of 30 participants from the applications received. We will inform you of the recruitment results via email no later than March 3, 2022 (Thursday). Participation in the training is free and will be confirmed with a special certificate.
We warmly invite you to participate in the seminar. We count on your voices in the discussion!
The organizers of the seminar are:
- Political Accountability Foundation,
- Institute of International Studies at the Collegium of Economic and Social Sciences of the Warsaw School of Economics,
- Institute of Law and Administration at the Kujawy-Pomerania University in Bydgoszcz
- Election Studies Center at the Faculty of Law and Administration of Nicolaus Copernicus University.
This seminar is part of the project “European voters - together for electoral integrity” and funded by the European Union as part of the Europe for Citizens (EfC) programme.