1953: Doctor of Law, Catholic University of Leuven\r\nWork in radio (1953-1954), Paris.
He was the Vice-President of Association France-Pologne pour l’ Europe and the Polish Council of the European Movement. 1953: Doctor of Law, Catholic University of Leuven 1974–1976: Secretary, General Secretary of the European Organisation of the International Federation of Christian Trade Unions Secretary of the European Trade Union Confederation 1976–1989: General Secretary, World Confederation of Labour 1990–1996: Ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary of the Republic of Poland, head of the Polish mission to the European Community 1998–2001: secretary of state in the Chancellery of the Prime Minister, government plenipotentiary for Poland"s accession negotiations to the European Union Vice-Chairman of the Programme Board of the Polish Robert Schuman Foundation (since 1996) since 2004: Vice-Chairman of the Polish Council of the European Movement since 2003: Chairman of the Public Diplomacy Council since 2002: Vice-Chairman of the Franco-Polish Association for Europe.
Democratic Party – demokraci, place
Kułakowski was a substitute for the Committee on Development, a member of the Delegation to the American College of Physicians-European Union Joint Parliamentary Assembly and a substitute for the Delegation for relations with the countries of the Andean Community. Kulakowski was a Member of the National Council of the European Integration, Advisory Group appointed by President Aleksander Kwasniewski. He was a member of the Royal Institute of International Affairs in Belgium.\r\n1954–1957: Member of the General Secretariat of the International Federation of Christian Trade Unions\r\n Member of the National Council for European Integration, member of the Research Group to the President of the Polish Republic\r\n 2004–2009: Member of the European Parliament.
He was a member of the Royal Institute of International Relations in Belgium.
Married Wajs Zofia, April 6, 1953. Children: Krystyna, Barbara, Elzbieta.