To strengthen and better coordinate our activities in this area, we have reactivated the Centre for Constitutionalism and Legal Culture (CCLC).
The CCLC was already active within our Institute in 1997-2001, headed at that time by Professor Mirosław Wyrzykowski, the current Chairman of the Council of the Institute of Public Affairs. At that time, the Centre actively supported the work on the Constitution of the Republic of Poland adopted in 1997, published numerous books and other publications on constitutional issues, and organised seminars and conferences of international scope.
The now reactivated CCLC will support our Institute in raising the quality of public debate in Poland and inspiring legal and institutional changes. We want to educate and support civic activities related to the rule of law. The task of the CCLC is to undertake coordinated and continuous activities in the field of knowledge exchange, joint creation of solutions and preparation of civil society to work on rebuilding the rule of law in Poland.