Our dream is a Poland that is the best country to live in for every family and people who want to take responsibility for our homeland. We believe that the way to such a Poland is through attentiveness in digitalisation, balance in the economic system and a courageous society that is sensitive to others.
Digitisation is understood as the totality of the activities associated with the Big Tech industry, the use of screen devices and the process of introducing new technologies into all areas of our lives. It is the phenomenon that has had by far the greatest impact on civilisation since the beginning of history, shaping the human psyche and directing the behaviour of entire societies to a degree previously unknown. As digitalisation is a process that is generally considered to be only beneficial, there is still not enough wide-ranging debate about its limits, its darker sides and its impact on the human psyche, especially that of children. Through substantive contributions, we want to be the leading think tank for proposals for the systemic correction and regulation of the digitisation process.
We want to combine national development with a conservative family model. We believe that the breakdown of the family will inevitably lead to economic and political decline. That is why in our activities we touch upon issues such as family-friendly solutions in companies or labour market regulations that will strengthen the family. We believe that a huge and underestimated problem of the family in Poland and worldwide is the unregulated use of electronics by children and young people, which exacerbates the family crisis.
Many of the phenomena associated with the uncontrolled proliferation of the negative impact of new technologies on human beings are reinforced by a culture of laissez-faire capitalism. The free market, although extremely important in certain areas of human activity, is not the only model of human cooperation and should not replace those areas where sacrifice, service, a sense of social solidarity and cooperation based on reciprocity are needed.
The Foundation is also active in the debate about the need for regulation in areas where the dominance of market thinking and the fear of discussing the restriction of apparent freedom often results in a lack of thought about the potential harmful consequences of the processes in question, as happens, for example, in the issue of the unrestricted use of new technologies by children.
Our think tank pays attention to topics such as the moral limits of markets, questions of the dignity of labour, issues of economic inequality within societies and the challenges of globalisation.
The family is a fundamental social unit that has been pushed out of public discourse in many developed countries in recent years. As a think tank, we want to explore those areas that may affect it, such as labour market relations, the digitalisation of relationships, the atomisation of social life or the culture of capitalism. We see the need to moderate the debate around the role of women and men in the modern family. We are also interested in the school as a kind of extension of the educational process initiated in the family.
One of our goals is to build around our Foundation an environment of entrepreneurs who feel responsible for Poland. We would like to be the voice of those entrepreneurs who recognise the social role of business and appreciate how important cooperation between the private sector and the state is in our times. We want to contribute to the cooperation between these stakeholders in creating an entrepreneurial culture that will enable the long-term and sustainable development of both employers, managers and employees.