Krzysztof Izdebski

Prawnik i aktywista. Chce, by państwo działało sprawnie i wierzy, że zależy to tylko od chęci polityków. Denerwuje się, gdy ktoś nie chce mu dać informacji albo go oszukuje. Szczególnie, jeśli robią to politycy.

CEE, For journalists and bloggers, Policy

Do you know what your algorithms are up to?

This article was originally published at on July 9, 2019 If there is a general lack of trust towards […]

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The founding of CONSUL DEMOCRACY Foundation

On Friday, the 22nd of March 2019 we partnered with organisations working on the intersection of democracy and civil society […]

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Civic Tech and Governments. Successful Models of Collaboration.

One of the core missions of civic technologists is to support governments in delivering better services to its citizens. During […]

PDF 2018, Policy

The Future of Voting

Voting is a fundamental civic right. Not so many people would openly disagree with such a statement. It is also […]

Events, Policy

Transparency and Democracy. Meeting in Tbilisi

Although Personal Democracy Forum CEE 2017 took place in April, its impact is not limited to this date. The ePaństwo […]


Transparency experts meeting in Kyiv

The experts meeting in Kyiv was organized by the ePaństwo Foundation (EPF) has gathered activists representing Belarus, Bulgaria, Estonia, Poland […]


Access to public information in the European Union

It is probably the best news for freedom of information community in recent months. The judgment of the General Court […]


Sign the petition on electronic declarations of assets in Poland

In Poland, about 800.000 persons are obliged to submit declarations of assets. Institutions such as the Central Anticorruption Bureau control […]


Does European Commission care about corruption in Member States?

In January, together with K-Monitor from Hungary we have learnt that Frans Timmermans has scrapped plans to publish the second […]


Consultation on eForms – the next generation of public procurement standard forms

The ePaństwo Foundation (EPF) together with K-Monitor has sent opinions to European Commission on the targeted consultation on eForms – […]


EPF joins the Campaign on the Transparency of EU Money.

We have joined Access Info Europe campaign on requesting the information on travel expenses of EU Commissioners. We have filled […]


Sweet and Bitter Experiences with Open Governments

This is a short summary of the first two days of Open Government Partnership Summit in Paris. Although it is […]