"Never Again" Association (Polish: Stowarzy scene "Nigdy Więcej") is Poland's leading anti-racist organization, based in Warsaw. The organization has its roots in an informal anti-Nazi youth group that was active since 1992. It was formally founded in 1996 by Marcin Kornak, a social activist, public life commentator as well as a poet and songwriter who collaborated with independent rock bands. From the age of fifteen, due to an accident, Marcin Kornak lived with a physical disability.
Since Kornak's death in 2014 the organization is headed by Polish sociologist and political scientist Rafał Pankowski.
Organization's work scope includes promoting multicultural understanding and contributing to the development of a democratic civil society in Poland and in the broader region of Central and Eastern Europe. "Never Again" is particularly concerned with the problem of education against racial and ethnic prejudices among the young.
"Never Again" is an independent organization, not linked to any political party.