Michał Łuczewski – Deputy-Director of the Centre for Thought of John Paul II, author of the program Skarb Solidarności (Treasure of Solidarity). Sociologist, psychologist, methodologist, Assistant Professor at the Institute of Sociology at the University of Warsaw, the editor-in-chief of the anti-disciplinary magazine “Stan Rzeczy”, a member of the editorial board of “44/Czterdzieści i cztery”. His latest book, Odwieczny naród. Polak i katolik w Żmiącej (2012), has been awarded, among others, the Józef Tischner Award and the Stanisław Ossowski Prize.
Emilia Klepacka – initiator and evaluator of the program Skarb Solidarności (Treasure of Solidarity), lawyer, graduate of the University of Cambridge, University of Notre Dame and University of Lancaster. Specializes in human rights and institutional development. Responsible for developing international co-operation on behalf of the Centre for Thought of John Paul II in Warsaw. Previously she worked as an expert in the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights and as research assistant to Prof. Paolo Carozza.
Monika Gabriela Bartoszewicz – program coordinator, in addition to a PhD received from the School of International Relations at the University of St Andrews, she holds an MA in International Relations and an MLitt in International Security Studies. Among other posts she served as Fellow at the European Masters Programme in Human Rights and Democratisation at EIUC, Venice, Italy.
Karol Wasilewski – since as far back as he can remember, he has always reached for the video camera to document anything and everything. A graduate in Journalism, for a long time he worked for television, first as an assistant, then a journalist, and finally a publisher. For several years, he has created spots and other documentary materials. A one-man band. Reponsible for filming a new documentary about forgiveness and reconciliation in Poland after 1989 as part of the project Treasure of Solidarity.
Łukasz Ofiara – Deputy-Director of the Institute of Research at the Centre for Thought of John Paul II, theologian and educator, organizer of major international projects. Within the “Treasure of Solidarity” program, he is responsible for creating lesson plans based on the manual Solidarność krok po kroku (Solidarity step by step).
Łukasz Kobeszko – employee of the Institute of Research of the Centre for Thought of John Paul II, journalist and writer specializing in international relations and modern history. Columnist at Rebelya.pl. In the “Treasure of Solidarity”, responsible for drafting the manual Solidarność krok po kroku (Solidarity step by step).
Marta Dzienkiewicz – librarian, music specialist, information broker. Since 2011 active as a knowledge broker. She participates in many web projects. Network and information are her hobbies – Marta always finds what she is looking for. Additionally, Marta is a blogger and an author of „Pioneers, i.e. the fellowship of hardworking Poles” nominated for the Warsaw Literary Prize.