Cultural activist Agata Diduszko-Zyglewska discusses the importance of Oliver Frljić ‘s play Curse, and potential actions the state may try to take against the theatre, director, and actors.
Is Wisłocka the feminist version of Kinsey, or the duet of Masters and Johnson from Central-Eastern Europe?
Polish union members and political activists succeed at thwarting off an offer extended to Polish Starbucks employees to work in Germany for minimum wage.
A contemporary Polish film and the controversy surrounding it highlight the painful nuances of Ukraine and Poland’s mutual past.
Many Polish citizens are beginning to feel frustrated with the current right-wing government after ten teachers have been forced to go through disciplinarian hearings.
Our rulers let themselves be carried away by their own propagandist optimism.
The demand for more data, this time, came not from the market but directly from the policing arm of the state.