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Foundation’s Council

Foundation’s Council is a an inspection authority of the Board. It should – according to the Statues – meet at least once a year. The most important tasks include: approval of annual reports of the Board and acknowledgement of the fulfilment of its duties, as well as appointing and dismissing members of the Foundation’s Board. Currently, the following people form the Foundation’s Council:

Aleksander Lwow 2. Aleksander Lwow
3. Ph. D. Kacper Gradoń. One of the initiators and informal chief of the Social Campaign „Śmigło dla Tatr” („A Propeller for the Tatra Mountains”). Reaserch worker of the University of Warsaw, criminologist. He prepares documentation of the Foundation for the statutory authorities. During the current tenure, he belongs to the Arbitration by Fellow Members of Polish Mountaineering Association.
Andrzej Paczkowski 4. Prof. Andrzej Paczkowski.

a historian specializing in modern history, a professor at Collegium Civitas and the Political Institute of Polish Academy of Sciences, a member of Collegium of the Institute of National Remembrance, a participant in democratic opposition and illegal structures of “Solidarność.” His climbing debut took place in 1956. He has climbed in the Tatras, the Alps, and the Dolomites, in the Caucasus, Pamir as well as the Mongol Altai Mountains. He has co-authored numerous books, mountain photo books and magazine articles (in “Taternik” and “Wierchy”). In 1974-1995 he was a President of Polish Mountaineering Association. His mountain nickname is Sheep (less often Lamb).

5. Zbigniew Stefan SKIERSKI „Siekiera”

a member of the Mountaineering Club in Warsaw since 1970. In 1973-1979 he belonged to the University Alpine Club of Warsaw and was a Board member as well as vice-President. For a number of years he has been a Board member of the Mountaineering Club in Warsaw and for a couple of years he has been its vice-President. He climbed in the Garhwal Himalayas (a new route on Arjuna, 1983) and on Makalu; in the Alps (e.g. on the Frêney Pillar of Mount Blanc – the third Polish ascent in 1980); in the Caucasus (e.g. a new route on Central Shkhelda, 1984) and in Rile. In the Tatras he has authored many interesting sends and repeats.

7. Krzysztof Wielicki – one of the most outstanding Himalayan mountaineers in the world. A conqueror of all the fourteen eight-thousanders.

8. Marek Kaliciński

9. Piotr Xięski

Bezpieczny Kazbek Fundacja Himalaizmu Polskiego im. Andrzeja Zawady
Polski Związek Alpinizmu Klub Wysokogórki Warszawa brytan