Krzysztof Izdebski is a Co-Lead at the Open Spending EU Coalition, and Legal and Policy Officer at the Stefan Batory Foundation.
Krzysztof Izdebski is also a Marshall Memorial, and Recharging Advocacy for Rights in Europe (RARE) Fellow. He is a lawyer specialized in access to public information, re-use of public sector information. and relations between technology and democracy. He has wide expertise in relations between public administration and citizens. He is the author of publications on freedom of information, technology, public administration, corruption, and public participation including “Transparency and Open Data Principles : Why They Are Important and How They Increase Public Participation and Tackle Corruption” and recently published ” The Digital Battlefield for Democratic Principles“
He is also specialized in legal aspects of the prevention of corruption. In 2012-2018 he was a Local Research Correspondent for Poland in the European Commission Anti-Corruption project (Anti-Corruption report) that aimed to improve anti-corruption policies in the Member States. In 2020 he was listed by Dziennik Gazeta Prawna daily as one of 50 most influential Polish lawyers.