• During today's press conference, the Ordo Iuris Institute and representatives of Vsi razom!, Ukrainian NGO concluded a cooperation agreement.
• The Contracting Parties undertake to take joint action to defend the Christian heritage of Europe and the fundamental rights and freedoms of every human being.
• The Polish-Ukrainian cooperation is to give rise to the establishment of the organisation "Ordo Iuris Ukraine".
A delegation of Vsi razom!, a Ukrainian organization, visited Warsaw at the invitation of the Ordo Iuris Institute. The purpose of the meeting was to determine the principles of international cooperation, undertaken in order to defend common values, which derive from the Christian roots of Europe, including the right to life from conception, marriage as a union of a man and a woman, and European integration based on cooperation between strong nation states. Both parties had been making efforts for a long time to arrange for a joint meeting and discuss the details of the planned cooperation, encountering many difficulties along the way due to the restrictions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. The moment had come, however, when this important meeting could take place.
Importantly, the aim of the cooperation between the Ordo Iuris Institute and the Vsi razom! is not only to spread the idea and undertake joint actions in defence of fundamental values, but also to create a branch of the Institute which will undertake similar actions directly on the territory of Ukraine. As part of the meeting, a press conference was held, during which the agreement between the partner organisations was signed.
"The fact that representatives of non-governmental organizations from other countries approach us with proposals of creating Ordo Iuris branches outside Poland shows us how much the Institute's activity is in demand, and what value it has in other parts of Europe as well," emphasized Katarzyna Gęsiak, Deputy Director of the International Law Centre of the Ordo Iuris Institute.
• Collegium Intermarium has inaugurated the European Integration Research Center.
Activist Neil Datta has been sued by Ordo Iuris for infringement of the personal rights of the Institute. As the secretary of the organisation called the European Parliamentary Forum on Sexual and Reproductive Rights, he spoke in the European Parliament on 24 February 2021.
The Ordo Iuris Institute launches a programme in defence of the good name of Poland. In response to repeated historical lies and accusations made against Poland by LGBT political activists, politicians and foreign media claiming that Poland violates international commitments, the Institute has issued a report on the social and legal situation of individuals with homosexual inclinations or gender identity disorders and a plan of specific legal actions.