Donald Tusk awarded 2024 Chatham House Prize

The award acknowledges the prime minister’s commitment to restoring democracy in Poland.

News release Published 20 June 2024 1 minute READ

Press Office

Prime Minister Donald Tusk has been awarded the 2024 Chatham House Prize, in recognition of his unwavering commitment to restoring democracy in Poland, rebuilding institutions, and rehabilitating and upholding the principles of the rule of law.

The announcement of the award was made at Chatham House’s 2024 London Conference on 20 June. Prime Minister Tusk will receive his prize in person at Chatham House later in the year.

The Chatham House Prize is an annual honour awarded to the person, persons or organization deemed by the institute’s members to have made the most significant contribution to the improvement of international relations in the previous year.

Bronwen Maddox, Director of Chatham House said:

‘Donald Tusk has played an extraordinary role championing the democratic values of the European Union and is a more than worthy recipient of our annual prize. We very much look forward to awarding it to him in person at Chatham House later in the year.’