Tomasz Sawczuk

Head of the political department of Kultura Liberalna
“The value of the united Europe is so great that I do not think that the problems which arise from those flows which may occur in the way of creating the common rules for cooperation should be seen dismissive. The value of overcoming these problems is greater than the problems.” - Tomasz Sawczuk
Time Question
0:02 Do you identify as a European?
0:51 Are we currently in a moment where these concentric circles of identity are increasingly mutually exclusive and incompatible or do you think we can still combine these identities?
1:57 What was your formative European moment?
3:37 Do you think it is easier to see Europe as one and as having a common way of life from outside?
4:53 Do you think technology and social media encourage divisions as opposed to highlighting commonalities?
6:48 Could you argue that it is in the very essence of Europe to have differing points of view and to exchange and debate these views?
7:44 What was the worst moment in recent European history?
8:59 Do you think Brexit is a symptom of a broader movement?
11:56 What was the best moment in recent European history?
13:28 How would you respond to the argument that the enlargement caused a lessening of cohesion or more complicated political and bureaucratic processes?
15:49 What is the single most important thing the EU has done for you personally?
17:25 What is the one thing you would most like the EU to have achieved by 2030?