Poland

22 November 2016
Polish Parliament Member Threatens Non-Catholics with Deportation
Public response to her comments included both sarcasm and concern as Poles weigh the implications for religious minorities.
 
21 November 2016
Szczecin Becoming a Mecca for Modern Architecture
Underground museum has been crowned World Building of the Year, another success for the Polish city.
 
16 November 2016
Trump Reportedly Offers to Help Poles Investigate Smolensk Premium

Donald Trump has promised to “do his best” to help recover the wreckage of the plane crash that killed the Polish president and many others six years ago. 

 
8 November 2016
Poland’s Symbolic Temple Complex to Open on Independence Day Premium

Complex reflects the close ties between religion and politics, two centuries after it was first planned. 

 
28 October 2016
Warsaw Refuses to Bow to Brussels Premium

Poland stands its ground as EC deadline for legal system overhaul expires.  

 
24 October 2016
The Victory of Abortion Rights Protesters in Poland Is Likely to Be Short-Lived Premium

Despite the apparent victory of protesters in early October and new demonstrations that broke out yesterday, it remains likely that the government will still push for new restrictions on abortion. From EUROPP.

By Magdalena Mikulak
 
18 October 2016
How Hungary and Poland Have Silenced Women and Stifled Human Rights Premium

In the women’s movement in Central Europe, there are few moments to celebrate. 

By Andrea Peto and Weronika Grzebalska
 
13 October 2016
It’s the Economy, Stupid!

Poland and Hungary’s cultural counter-revolution follows naturally from the region’s economic and political developments.

By Martin Ehl
 
11 October 2016
Illiberalism and Authoritarianism Can Be Successfully Challenged In Poland Premium

Poland's PiS government recently suffered its first blow since coming to power nearly a year ago, an optimistic note in a region where illiberal authoritarian governments are on the rise. From openDemocracy.

 
3 October 2016
Polish Women Protest Planned Abortion Ban Premium
Millions of Polish women are expected to take part in strikes – and to the streets – to protest a new anti-abortion proposal.
 

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The Moldovan Diaries is a multimedia, interactive examination of the country's ethnic, religious, social and political identities by Paolo Paterlini and Cesare De Giglio.

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