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Photo: Susanne Kern 
The Robert Bosch Stiftung has supported German-Polish relations since 1974. In this photo, Ulrich Bopp (right), former member of the Foundation’s Board of Management, meets the former Polish foreign minister Władysław Bartoszewski and translator Karl Dedecius (left).
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Photo: Manuel Frauendorf 
The multitude of projects and partnerships resulted in a close-knit network between Poland and Germany. This includes figures such as the former Polish ambassador to Germany Janusz Reiter (left).
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Photo: Pawel Mazur 
The Karl Dedecius Prize, which the Foundation has awarded since 2003, honors Polish translators of German-language literature and German translators of Polish-language literature. The award is named after the nestor of Polish literature translators, Karl Dedecius (second from right).
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Photo: Dirk Enters 
The Foundation developed many programs in Poland, which in the meantime have been expanded to other countries. This includes the Carl Friedrich Goerdeler-Kolleg, which trains tomorrow’s leaders in the field of international cooperation.
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Photo: Jan Zappner 
In the Lectureship Program, the Robert Bosch Stiftung brings university graduates from Germany to eastern European universities. The Foundation celebrated the program’s 20-year anniversary with a train ride from the Polish city of Krzyżowa to Stuttgart.
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Photo: Jan Zappner 
Former Bosch lecturers founded the organization MitOst e.V., a strong network that is continuously expanding its role as a mediator in the region. At the present time, the organization has 1,300 members from 40 different countries.
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Photo: Michael Fuchs 
In 2001, the Robert Bosch Stiftung founded the Theodor-Heuss-Kolleg to support young people’s civic engagement in eastern Europe. The program offers seminars and advanced training for volunteers.