President of the board of the Res Publica Foundation and editor-in-chief of Eurozine. He is also editor-in-chief of Res Publica Nowa and Visegrad Insight, and a political commentator and social entrepreneur. He has initiated and led several public campaigns such as City DNA – promoting democratic participation through urban communities, Free Speech Partnership – networking editors of culture and opinion journals in cooperation with Eurozine, and most recently, New Europe 100, a list of Digital Age challengers prepared by Res Publica together with Financial Times, Google and Visegrad Fund. His interests involve intellectual history and political philosophy with focus on political and religious ideas in 19th and 20th century as well as the political and culture revolution of the Digital Age. Previously he has worked as a research assistant at the Erasmus Chair at Warsaw University, where he has organized the Tischner Debates in cooperation with IWM in Vienna, Politische Akademie in Vienna, and CEFRES in Prague. He has written on Polish and European affairs for Eurozine, Gazeta Wyborcza, Polska The Times, Hospodarske Noviny, New Eastern Europe, Reporter magazine, Rigas Laiks and other media.