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I am a freelance journalist and writer. My articles are published in all-Poland and Polish minority magazines and newspapers all over the world (mainly in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Russia, Ireland). On 29th March 2007 I set up a Journalist Blog (now: Journalistic Review www.rogalinski.com.pl ), which quickly gained a large number of readers. Today on the biggest Polish social networking service NK.pl my Journalistic Review account already gathered over 260.000 fans, and my website www.rogalinski.com.pl was awarded with a title the Best Polish Blog in years: 2008, 2010 and 2011 and the Best Private Website in 2011. I have been also given many prestigious awards and distinctions in recognition of my articles and journalistic work e.g. in London, Berlin, Strasbourg, Brussels and Warsaw.
From April 2011 I have been the Spokesman of the Polish Democratic Association 1937, in 2012 I had an opportunity to undergo an assistant internship in the office of the Spokesperson of the EPP Group in the European Parliament, and in 2013-2014 I have worked in MEP office in Brussels and Strasbourg. Equally valuable for me was the two-year journalistic cooperation with the European Commission (2009-2011). During that time I was invited to many international meetings and summits on important social issues, organized in different European cities.
During my cooperation with large companies in the country and abroad, I got to know various forms of teamwork and organized many projects. For some time I worked for the following companies, institutions and organizations: KOTANYI Polonia, The World Internet Foundation, Neks Sp. z o.o., Professional Linguistic and Upper Studies Ltd. (at the University of Kent and University of Greenwich), Foreign Language Centre ”Professional”, Training Centre “Dedal”, L’Association Famille Dominicaine FADO, inEvidence, Sephora, HP.
As a journalist, I have always been very active. My articles have been published in many leading newspapers and magazines. Among them there have been several well-known web portals: Le Monde Diplomatique, Wprost24.pl, Onet.pl, Interia.pl, Wirtualna Polska, Rynki24.pl, Portal Spożywczy, Nasze Miasto, Moje Miasto MM etc. As to the print media, they have been e.g. Central European Review, Rynki Zagraniczne, Praca I Nauka za Granicą, Stosunki Międzynarodowe, Forum Klubowe, Kurier Dyplomatyczny. Finally, there have been many printed Polish minority magazines all over the world: Polish Zone: Work and Life (United Kingdom), Polonia Magazine (North and South America, Australia, New Zealand), Gazeta Petersburska (Russia) Panorama Polska (Canada), Czas Polski (USA), The Polish Weekly (Australia), Polski Express (Ireland), The Voice of Poland (Scotland), The Polish American Congress (USA), Nowy Przegląd Wszechpolski (Polonia diaspora in Europe) , Kontakty (USA).
I graduated from the University of Lodz doing three faculties: International Relations: Political Science, English Philology and Management. I have been actively involved in numerous scientific conferences in various fields (e.g., in 2007, I gave a speech at a conference “Polish translations of English literature”, in 2008 – at a conference entitled “Distortion of reality in translation”, and in 2009 I was a speaker at a conference “Intercultural Communication in the European Context”).
During my studies I was receiving an academic performance scholarship; several times I was also honored for my academic successes. In 2010 in “Academic Nobel” competition I was given distinction as of one of the best students at the University of Lodz. A year later I improved my score and became the best student at the University of Lodz. In the next stage of the competition I won once again – in the Lodz Voivodeship (2.6 million inhabitants). The final ceremony of “Academic Nobel” competition for the Best Student of Poland was held in the building of Sejm (the lower house of the Polish parliament). I won second place in Poland in the humanities category. In 2012 I repeated this success, again winning the titles of the Best Student at the University of Lodz, the Best Student of Lodz Voivodeship and national finalist of the competition “Academic Noble”.
In June 2012, I completed my education at the University of Lodz, obtaining a Master’s degree from my third faculty – Management. In October 2012, I decided to continue my education and I have undertaken my doctoral studies in the United Kingdom. Since then I have attended a seminar on PPE organized by the Jagiellonian University in London – a member of Europaeum.org and Coimbra-Group.eu.
In addition to my studies, I completed a three-year Block of Pedagogical Courses at the University of Lodz (CELTA equivalent, 510 hours of theory + 150 hours of continuous practice). I also attained Qualified Teacher Status (reference no.: 1333688) awarded by The General Teaching Council for England (GTC). In addition, I underwent a number of courses and trainings on teaching, marketing, online advertising, business management and business process modeling.
SKILLS AND INTERESTS
I know English very well and have extensive education background in humanities. I can skillfully use the Internet and the following software programmes: MS Office, Adobe Photoshop, Gimp, Corel Video Studio, Pinnacle Studio 16, Google Analytics, Google AdWords, WordPress, BPMN, YAWL. I can also use professional parliamentary programmes, such as: AT4AM, CARVIS, ProMat. I am ambitious and eager to learn new things.
I am interested in politics, literary translations, numismatics, traveling and horse-riding. I have a dog Caesar and several species of freshwater fish, although I often think about buying a large, 500-liter marine aquarium
One of my main goals in the future is to have an active job where I could use my: experience, knowledge and skills. Continued professional development is very important to me, therefore I believe in and realize the principle that one learns throughout the life. In the future, I intend to continue to pursue my passion – journalism, and regularly publish posts on the Jorunalistic Review www.rogalinski.com.pl (there are also two another links to the website: www.JournalisticReview.com and www.PrzegladDziennikarski.pl), which I also treat as entertainment and pleasure.
Paweł Zbigniew Rogaliński (* 20. Juni 1987 in Łódź) ist ein polnischer politischer Journalist und Blogger. Er schreibt Artikel für polnische Zeitschriften und polnischsprachige Zeitungen im Ausland (z.B. “Praca i Nauka za Granicą”, “Le Monde diplomatique”, “Polish Zone” in Großbritannien, “Panorama Polska” in Kanada, “Polonia Magazine” in den USA,”Tygodnik Polski” in Australien, “Gazeta Petersburska” in Russland, “Polski Express” in Irland). Er ist der Autor des “Journalismus Blog” (in polnischer und englischer Sprache). Rogaliński arbeitet als Sprecher der Demokratischen Vereinigung in Polen. Er hat mehrere Bücher geschrieben. Wichtige Auszeichnungen: – “EU-Journalistenpreis 2008″ in Großbritannien, – “Polnische Bürgerjournalist des Jahres 2009″, – Die besten polnischen Blog des Jahres 2008, 2010, 2011, – Die Finalisten des Wettbewerbs “Junger Europäer des Jahres 2011″
Paweł Rogaliński (né le 20 juin 1987 à Łódź) est un journaliste polonais, blogueur et un éditeur. Il écrit des articles pour les tout-polonais magazines (par exemple: Central European Review, Rynki zagraniczne, Stosunki Międzynarodowe, Le Monde diplomatique) et les journaux des minorités polonaises (par exemple Polish Zone au Royaume-Uni, Panorama Polska au Canada, Magazyn Polonia aux États-Unis, Tygodnik Polski en Australie, Gazeta Petersburska en Russie, Polski Express en Irlande). Rogaliński est l’auteur du blog du journaliste (à la fois en polonais et en anglais). À l’heure actuelle, il fonctionne comme un porte-parole de l’Association démocratique en Pologne. Journaliste prix: – le premier prix au Royaume-Uni au concours “Pour la diversité. Contre les discriminations. Prix spécial sur les Roms” – “Le journaliste citoyen de 2009″ – le premier prix dans “Le meilleur Blogger de l’année 2008″ (dans “Life” catégorie) – le meilleur blog polonais de 2010 – le “Bon Samaritain de 2010″ – Le finaliste du concours “Jeune européen de l’année 2011″ – le meilleur blog polonaise de 2011 – Best Site polonais privé de 2011
Pawel Rogalinski è un giornalista freelance (indipendente) polacco, editore, blogger (www.rogalinski.com.pl) e rappresentante della Associazione democratica in Polonia. Scrive articoli socio-politici per tutti i giornali polacchi come: “Praca i Nauka za Granica”, “Central European Review” e “Stosunki Miedzynarodowe”, e per giornali minori (es.”Polonia Magazine” negli U.S.A, “Polish Weekly” in Australia, “Gazeta Petersburska” in Russia). Pawel Rogalinski ha completato gli studi presso l’Università di Lodz (la University of Lodz) laureandosi in tre diverse facoltà: studi inglesi, Relazioni Internazionali: Scienze Politiche, e Management. Dal 2012 è impegnato in un dottorato di ricerca sulle Scienze Politiche alla l’Università Jagellonica a Londra (Jagiellonian University). Dal 2009 fino alla fine del 2010, invece, ha rappresentato la stampa polacca e inglese alla Commissione Europea durante i vertici di eguaglianza e incontri riguardanti la povertà e l’esclusione sociale. Ha pubblicato diversi libri come per esempio “How politicians manipulate us” (“Come i politici ci manipolano”). A Pawel Rogalinski sono stati assegnati premi giornalistici come: EU Journalist Award 2008: Special Award on the Roma (Commissione Europea, Londra), The Citizen Journalist of 2009 (“Polityka” Magazine, Warsaw), “How to spend the EU budget?”, dove ha vinto il primo premio presso il Parlamento Europeo a Brussels. Infine è stato uno dei cinque finalisti del concorso Young European of the Year 2011 (Heinz-Schwarzkopf Foundation, Berlino).