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The Queen Jadwiga Foundation (QJF)

 

 

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GENESIS

 

St. Queen Jadwiga

 

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Patron of Europe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE QUEEN JADWIGA FOUNDATION

 

The Queen Jadwiga Foundation was established in Australia on the occasion of the 600th Anniversary of the Refounding of the Jagiellonian University; this celebration took place in the year 2000.

 

The Queen Jadwiga Foundation is dedicated to promoting the interdisciplinary scientific research, not contradictory to the Christian values, educational and cultural exchanges between nations and increasing understanding of European and Polish culture and history.

The Queen Jadwiga Foundation is a membership organization that is supported by contributions from foundations, corporations and individuals who share in the Foundation mission of understanding and cooperation among nations and individuals based on the values that were promoted by Queen Jadwiga.

 

The aims of the Queen Jadwiga Foundation are, among others, promoting the interdisciplinary scientific research, not contradictory to the Christian values, publishing scientific journals and books, and promoting people characterized by attributes such as kindness, wisdom, strength of character and personal sacrifice which were characteristic to St. Jadwiga the Queen of Poland.

 

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Last updated: 20 July 2019

 

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Honorary Members

 

Kardynał Stanisław Dziwisz Metropolita Krakowski

Most Rev. Sir Francis T. Little, Archbishop of Melbourne

Profesor Tadeusz Gromada

Profesor Laszlo Koczy

Profesor Franciszek Wilczek (Laureat Nagrody Nobla 2004, Fizyka)  

Profesor Andrzej Pelczar

Inżynier Jerzy Skoryna

Profesor Jerzy Smolicz

Profesor Jan Sokol