Deputy Prime Minister Gliński: When it comes to support for NGOs, the government has delivered on more than 100 % of its commitments

The Public Benefit Committee summarised the 4 years of the government’s activity in fostering the development of a civil society. The conference dedicated to this topic was attended by the Committee’s chairman – Deputy Prime Minister Piotr Gliński, deputy chairman – minister at the Chancellery of the Prime Minister Adam Lipiński and secretary – director of the National Institute of Freedom, Wojciech Kaczmarczyk.


Photo: Adam Guz / Chancellery of The Prime Minister of Poland

The speakers pointed out that the Law and Justice government was the first one to consider supporting the civic sector as one of its political priorities. The actions carried out in this field served to strengthen pluralism in the third sector by levelling the playing field between the large and rich organisations found mostly in big cities, and the communities which have so far been neglected, operating within smaller population centres, less experienced in obtaining grants and with smaller resource pools available to them.


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