HSH Princess Angelika Ewa Jarosławska Tarkowska Sapieha. International Peace Ambassador, humanitarian, philanthropist, antilandmine activist, entrepreneur.

Princess Angelika Ewa Jarosławska Sapieha painted by Basia Hamilton

International Peace Ambassador by SPIA HSD Soldiers of Peace International Association Humanitarian Support and Development, United Nations Peacekeepers NGO’s with General Consultative Status of the United Nations Economic and Social Council.  

She was chosen as one of the “30 before 30” by Forbes magazine.  

Global ant-landmine activist.

Initiator of the global “One Mine One Life” campaign and movement for a mine-free world. One Mine One Life campaign supports global awareness about landmines, mine risk education, and supports demining action.

Patron of the Cambodia Landmine Museum, Cambodian Self Help Demining and Landmine Relief Fund.

Honorary Ambassador and member of the Polish Peace Corps.

Peace Ambassador Princess Angelika Ewa Jarosławska Sapieha mobilizes the international community to support the international anti-landmine campaign, demining organizations in Cambodia and raising awareness about the “underground devil” – millions of landmines that are still lying active in the ground around the world.   

President of Royal Bridge Family Office.

Film producer, Ambassador of the “303 Squadron” film and “Born for the Saber” film.

Owner and designer of Royal Militare high fashion brand. Exhibition on her fashion collection inspired by Napoleon Bonaparte took place at the official ball of 200th anniversary of the death of Napoleon Bonaparte. Her creations were presented at the Cannes Film Festival, Vienna State Opera Ball and Royal Ascot.

During the gala Polish Businesswoman Award on 25 March 2022 Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha received a special award “Leader among Luxury Brands”  for her boutique fashion & jewelry brand Royal Militare.

Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha is the head of the Geopolitical Alliance of Women Board.

 For several years she is a member of the independent delegation of Ukrainian women to the United Nations, which participated in the work of 64, 65, 66, and 67 sessions of the UN Commission on the Status of Women.  

She took the patronage over the exhibition “Children in War”, which had its premieres in seventeen countries, as well as in the European Parliament and the headquarters of the United Nations in New York.   Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha supported the organization of the Veteran’s Memory Rally in the USA (almost 6000 kilometers) to highlight the problem of post-traumatic stress disorder and methods of dealing with it through sport. Her organization financed the travel of widows and children of soldiers killed in conflicts.   Coordinator of the cluster-based sustainable development program – Poland 3.0. In the past, she was the coordinator of the Poland 3.0 Parliamentary Team in the Polish Parliament, a member of the Euro-Atlantic Association, and a member of Eugeniusz Kwiatkowski Polish Industrial Lobby. She was an advisor to the board of the Migam company, which developed innovative solutions for the Deaf and was awarded by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.  

Princess Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha graduated from Jagiellonian University, majoring in international economics and also applied economics. 

Jagiellonian University was founded in 1364 by King Casimir III the Great and is the oldest university in Poland and the 13th oldest university in continuous operation in the world.

It is regarded as Poland’s most prestigious academic institution. Among notable alumni of Jagiellonian University were Nicolaus Copernicus, Pope John Paul II, King John III Sobieski, Krzysztof Penderecki, Jan Matejko. She also graduated from the Warsaw School of Management in management. Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha graduated from the Cluster Programs at the IESE Business School in Barcelona.

During her student years she worked at the Polish National Television as a presenter. Together with Piotr Wojdyło she conducted many events for the marshal’s office of the city of Kraków.

Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha is an Ambassador of the International Network of Women Entrepreneurship Ambassadors. Together with the leaders from Ukraine, Georgia and Syria, she initiated on May 30, 2019, the “Geopolitics Balance Women’s Platform” to support international peace and human rights. She was also chosen as one of the 21 women in the book published on the 100th anniversary of women’s gaining the right to vote in Poland. This book was presented at WED Day – World Women’s Entrepreneurship Day in New York.   In 2019 she received Saint Stanislaw’s Order established by Polish King Stanisław August Poniatowski for her contribution to culture and social activities.   Angelika Jarosławska-Sapieha was honored to be invited to take the patronage over the pediatric ward in the hospital in Wodzislaw. On September 30th, 2019 in Chennai, India, Peace Ambassador Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha received Honorary Award due to her continuous support to humanity. 


In 2016 in Poland, Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha received the Multicultural Leader award. In 2017 Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha received Polish Special Award of Intelligent Development. In 2018 during the 25th anniversary celebration of the Polish Industrial Lobby under the patronage of the President of the Republic of Poland, Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha received the SIMP gold badge for her services to Polish industry and development.   In 2019 Angelika Jarosławska received an honorable award – the Ring of the Century of the Independence of the Republic of Poland. In 2019, she was invited by Forbes to the first global Forbes 30 under 30 Summit, and with young leaders: women on the Forbes cover opened the Tel Aviv stock exchange.

President of the Foundation for the Remembrance of Polish Fighting Pilots in Poland and abroad. Her foundation supported historical education for children about the history of Polish heroes but also supported several charity auctions and events.  Initiator of the “Thursday Conversations”, a series of inspiring conversations. 

The inspiration for the creation of Thursday Conversations was Thursday Dinners, organized on the model of Parisian literary salons. During the Thursday Dinners, art, literature, philosophy, culture, and the most important contemporary social issues were discussed. She also conducted the final interviews with the last living pilots from the Battle of Britain.

Princess Angelika Ewa Jarosławska Sapieha

Initiator and coordinator of economic projects that promote culture and history.

Organiser of several art exhibitions and swords exhibitions. She supported the publication of several books about the history and sabers released by her family publishing house.

In 2021 the grand Ball on the occasion of the bicentenary of Napoleon Bonaparte took place at the Chateau Ermenonville near Paris under the high patronage of HSH Highness Princess Angelika Ewa Jarosławska-Sapieha.

Ambassador of Colonel pil. Jan Zumbach 303 Squadron Museum. She supported the creation of the Museum dedicated to the history.

She was a global ambassador of the “303 Squadron” Movie and “Born for the Saber” Movie. She supported the creation of these productions.  

In 2019 she received Saint Stanislaw’s Order established by Polish King Stanisław August Poniatowski for her contribution to culture and social activities. On September 30th 2019 in Chennai, India, Peace Ambassador Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha received Honorary Award due to her continuous support to humanity. Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha also received the Multicultural Leader award. 

On November 11, 2020, the Association of Veterans of the War for Independence and Integrity of the Republic of Moldova – „CREDINTA PATRIEI” awarded Angelika Ewa Jarosławska Sapieha with the Stefan the Great Cross for her actions for peace and human rights in the world and humanitarian activities as an international Ambassador of Peace.

For her lifetime achievements in humanitarian and social work, in 2020, Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha received a special Super Wiktoria award as an “International Ambassador for the Implementation of the UN Sustainable Development Goals”.

In 2021 World Humanitarian Drive (WHD) conferred the Global Humanitarian Award to HSH Princess Angelika Ewa Jaroslawska Sapieha, International Peace Ambassador for her contributions as an leader in serving global communities in need and putting humanity first. On October 9, 2021, Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha received a special award Super Wiktoria for ther humanitarian work and contribution to the global demining action as an “International Peace Ambassador and Leader in the Global Anti-landmine Campaign”.

In 2022 Princess Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha organized a special event “One Mine One Life Worldwide Movement for Mine-free World’ on the NGO CSW66 Forum, assisting the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women. The event took place in New York City, USA on 21st of March 2022.

In June 2022 Princess Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha received a special medal  “Star of Cambodia”  from United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia (UNTAC) for her long-standing humanitarian support for Cambodia and support for demining action in Cambodia. 

On March 7th, 2023 Princess Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha organized the Parallel Event “Young Change Makers – Future Moral Leaders with the Global Goals Spirit” during the NGO CSW67 Forum assisting the United Nations Commission of the Status of Women in New York.

Since 2021 Princess Angelika organized with her team almost 6000 tonnes of humanitarian aid and life-saving equipment for Ukraine, especially for the hospitals and pediatric wards in Ukraine.

She also supports several organisations and hospitals around the globe; the Caritas organisation, orphanages, hospitals in Ukraine, homeless shelter, Children Cancer Hospital Egypt 57357, Landmine Relief Fund, and several charity organisations in India.

In 2021 Princess Angelika initiated the international campaign and art contest for children “Children Painting Peace on Earth”. Thousands of children from all over the world, especially from Ukraine, paint peace and learn how to express their emotions by art. The competition is accompanied by the lessons devoted to education about the value of peace. The contest support the process of developing children imagination and help them to deal with stress and trauma. 

Princess Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha was honored to host a 30-minute broadcast as part of Peace One Day Live, as part of the celebration of the International Day of Peace established by the UN General Assembly. During the broadcasting, after the interview with Princess Angelika conducted by the Peace One Day Founder Jeremy Gilley, a special guests had their speeches. Among them there was a Hero from the II WW Mr. Juliusz Kulesza pseudonym “Julek”, Veteran of the Warsaw Uprising. There was also a concert of the music band Yarova, who created a special song “No War”. In studio there were also almost 30 Polish and Ukrainian children and students from 2 to 16 years old. Some of the Peace One Day Live Participants: António Guterres Secretary-General of the United Nations, Melissa Fleming, Under-Secretary-General for Global Communications at the United Nations, Rt Hon Patricia Scotland KC, Secretary-General of the Commonwealth, Sir Richard Branson, Princess Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha, Dr Scilla Elworthy Founder of the Business Plan for Peace, Goi Peace Award Laureate 2023, Ahmad Fawzi, United Nations Spokesman and Communication Director (Retired), Devanand Ramiah UNDP Crisis Bureau Deputy Director a.i., Each year the International Day of Peace (IDP) is observed around the world on 21 September. 

In March 2024 campaign “One Mine One Life”  initiated by Princess Angelika will organise a special parallel event dedicated to supporting international peace by global women leaders, during the CSW68 Forum assisting the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women.

Privately Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha is a great lover of art, architecture, history, books, horse riding and aviation.

Princess Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha’s activities are impartial and independent of any government, political persuasion, corporation or religious creed.

Blue Helmets

Commemorative Medal of Peace

In August 2020, the former Blues Helmets meeting in Committee, awarded Princess Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha by the Commemorative Medal of Peace. Commemorative medal of peace has rendered eminent services for the noble cause of Peace and the dignity of man, in order to obtain a better world, by promoting Justice, International Law, and Social Progress.