Professor Tomasz Tadeusz Koncewicz from the Faculty of Law and Administration has been selected to the Council of the Fondation Jean Monnet Pour L’Europe in Lausanne.
On 17 June 2020, the Executive Committee of the Fondation Jean Monnet Pour l’Europe chaired by the President of the Foundation Pat Cox has taken the unanimous decision to appoint Professor Tomasz Tadeusz Koncewicz to become the member of the Council of the Foundation.
The Foundation is an independent and scientifically oriented institution of public utility, which operates from the Ferme de Dorigny, located in the heart of the University of Lausanne campus. It was created in 1978 by Jean Monnet, one of united Europe’s Founding Fathers, the designer of the first European Community and Europe’s first honorary citizen.
The Foundation has as its aim support for the initiatives aimed at fostering European unity and integration. It is also home to the Jean Monnet Archives bringing together the archives that Jean Monnet had entrusted to the Foundation.