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International Centre for Ukrainian Victory in Warsaw engages in:

  • building international support for Ukraine's fight against Russian aggression
  • support and coordination of efforts of the Ukrainian democracy promoting NGOs
  • assistance for Ukrainian civil activists arriving in Poland
  • support for relations between the international community and Ukrainian civil society
  • advocating for the agenda of Ukraine's post-war rebuilding, transformation, and accession to the EU and NATO


NEWS: International Centre for Ukrainian Victory established in Warsaw

On Friday, March 4th at 12:30 PM in Warsaw, representatives of the Ukrainian non-governmental organizations and the Casimir Pulaski Foundation will officially announce the establishment of the International Center for Ukrainian Victory.

We invite media representatives to the event. The conference will be conducted in English. Entry to the press conference will be based on accreditation, which will be granted after contacting the organizer through e-mail: Please include the following information in your application: name and surname, ID number, name of the news outlet, phone number and e-mail address.
The number of in-person participants is limited, and the conference will be broadcast on the Polish Press Agency platform and on a dedicated YouTube channel. For more information please contact the Director for Communication at the Casimir Pulaski Foundation – Piotr Wojtas: +48 601 301 381

A week after Russia’s aggression against Ukraine, the International Centre for Ukrainian Victory will be established in Warsaw with the following objectives:

  • supporting and coordinating efforts of non-governmental organizations in Ukraine and providing assistance for Ukrainian activists arriving in Poland;
  • building international support for Ukraine’s fight against Russian aggression;
  • supporting relations between the international community and civil society in Ukraine;
  • developing and advocating for the agenda of Ukraine’s post-war rebuilding, transformation, and accession to EU and NATO.

The Center will act as an intermediary in providing information on the most urgent needs of Ukrainians in their daily fight.

The press conference will be attended by:

Olha Stefanishyna (online or recorded statement) – Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration of Ukraine (online);

Hanna Hopko – Chairwoman of Democracy in Action, former head of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Ukrainian Parliament, Ukraine;

Daria Kaleniuk – Executive Director of the Ukrainian ‘Anti-Corruption Action Center’, Ukraine;  (her plea to UK Prime Minister on March 1st, 2022 in Warsaw)

Katarzyna Pisarska – Chairwoman of the Casimir Pulaski Foundation Council, Poland.


The Anti-Corruption Action Center is the Ukrainian civil society organization, which unites experts from legal, media and civic-political sectors fighting corruption as a root cause of the key state-building problems in Ukraine. More:

The Casimir Pulaski Foundation, is an independent, non-partisan think-tank specializing in foreign policy and international security. Since 2016 the Foundation consistently ranks as the best Defense and National Security think tank in Poland and one of the best in Central Europe (Global Go To Think Tank Index Report). In addition to providing in-depth analysis on transatlantic and regional security, each year, the Foundation presents the Knight of Freedom Award and is the initiator of one of the largest regional events of its kind – the Warsaw Security Forum. It is also the home to Women in International Security Poland. More: