Kisiel Prize or Kisiel Award Polish: Nagroda Kisiela) is an award awarded in three categories: publicist, politician and entrepreneur whose actions most closely portray the spirit and beliefs of the Polish publicist and politician, Stefan Kisielewski. The award was established in 1990 by Kisielewski himself, with support of a major Polish weekly, Wprost. Since Kisielewski's death in 1991, the Award is being given out with the agreement of the group composed primarily of former winners of the award, his son Jerzy Kisielewski and (until 2006) former Wprost's editor-in-chief Marek Król.
In 2007 and 2008 the Award was not given out, which caused some controversy, as many former winners criticized Wprost for drifting away from Kisielewski's views.
1990 – Janusz Beksiak, Stefan Bratkowski, Janusz Korwin-Mikke, Rafał Krawczyk, Piotr Kuncewicz, Stefan Kurowski, Józef Kuśmierek, Jacek Maziarski, Krzysztof Mętrak, Kazimierz Pytko, Ernest Skalski, Jerzy Waldorff, Wiesław Walendziak, Piotr Wierzbicki, Mieczysław Wilczek, Wacław Wilczyński.