“Radar” is an international literary magazine published in German, Polish and Ukrainian at Villa Decius from 2010 to 2014. The idea behind “Radar” was to create a common space for dialogue for writers from different parts of Europe doing their literary residencies at Villa Decius. Through the topics covered in its pages, ‘Radar’ witnessed many historical events important for these countries, but also in a broader perspective for Europe as a whole. The magazine’s innovative trilingual form was aimed in particular at presenting a tripartite perspective on experiences shared by Poles, Germans and Ukrainians. Nine years after the last issue of “Radar” was published, we decided to prepare a unique trilingual (Polish-Ukrainian-German) publication, which refers to the previous issues of “Radar” published between 2010 and 2014. For the pages of the new issue, we invited people who created “Radar” years ago: authors and actresses, translators and interpreters, scholarship holders and grantees of Villa Decius. The special issue of Radar was published on 17 January 2023 thanks to financial support from the Stabilisation Fund for Culture and Education of the German Federal Foreign Office and the Goethe-Institut.

Brochure presenting the history, activities and programs implemented by the Villa Decius Association. Publication published in Polish and English.

Folder published in 2018 presenting the person of Sergio Vieira de Mello and previous winners of the Prize.

The first volume of a monograph published as part of the collection of publications “Protection of cultural property in emergencies and armed conflict”. The handbook includes a study of the legal status, a catalog of threats, legal obligations of various formations and institutions, a catalog of crimes, principles of fire protection and rescue maintenance. The publication is the result of the project: “Intersectoral Challenges: specialist in the protection of cultural property in case of emergencies and war – development of a program of postgraduate studies, dedicated to employees working at the border of disciplines”, implemented from 2020 to 2022 in partnership by three institutions: Villa Decius Association (leader), the Bohaterów Westerplatte Naval Academy in Gdynia and the Villa Decius Institute forCulture, funded by the EEA 2014-2022.

Villa Decius is one of the most outstanding examples of residential architecture in Poland. It was built in the 1630s on the initiative of Justus Ludwik Decius, secretary to Sigismund the Old.

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