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A Joint Strategy
September 2, 2011   
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Janisław Muszyński, a co-founder of the Lower Silesian Foundation for Regional Development, talks to Barbara Deręgowska.

The foundation has organized the International "Europa Quo Vadis?" Conference. Has it led to any new ideas?
Despite the turbulent changes on the global scene, Europe has been adhering to its “business as usual” policy and political correctness, fervently ripping out its own roots. Truth is losing to correctness and Homo sapiens is losing to Homo economicus. By abandoning its unique identity, Europe is unable to make moral decisions which are of high importance to our future. Europe is threatened by global marginalization, and in order to stop this disastrous turn of events, we have pursued the New European Renaissance philosophy.

To what extent does the Strategy for the Copper Region, which the foundation has been working on, match the development plans of the local governments in Wrocław and Lower Silesia province?
KGHM is the second largest producer of silver in the world and a top 10 producer of electrolytic copper. The company has ambitious yet realistic plans regarding further rapid development. It prioritizes innovation and synergy with its business and social environment. Since February this year, the Lower Silesia Foundation for Regional Development has been working on a cohesive strategy to foster civilization, economic and social development of this European copper industry area. We have been seeking out ways to accumulate social and moral capital to kick-start new “engines” to stimulate the development of Lower Silesia and the borderlands on the German side of the border. The point is for KGHM and Lower Silesia to become a major European center where strategies emerge founded on social, organizational and technological innovation.
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