Jakub Dymek gehört zur Generation „Müllvertrag“: In Polen arbeiten viele junge Leute ohne Aussicht auf eine Festanstellung. Der Journalist fordert von der EU gerechtere Arbeitsbedingungen statt grenzenlosem Wettbewerb.
During the 25th anniversary of the historic 1989 parliamentary elections in Poland, much room must be made for Jacek Kuron.
If we encourage girls to just „be a businesswoman”, „be a member of parliament”, “be president”, we confirm the status quo.
New column by Sławomir Sierakowski is out in the New York Times.
Artists and art workers must gain access to health insurance and pension. Interview by Jakub Majmurek.
Faced with the powerlessness of the West, the countries of Eastern Europe are confronted with the need to reflect on their foreign policies.
Mother Teresa is not the necessary counterweight to the female boss. There are much less evident figures on the scale from fairy godmother to sadistic headmistress.