The recently opened Poland: Land of Folklore? exhibition in Warsaw repeats ongoing silences in today’s Polish museum practice.
Artifacts on display at the Museum of the Second World War in Gdańsk paint a powerful pluralist picture of war experiences. But the museum’s future is currently in jeopardy.
Lviv’s Equality Festival, scheduled for 19-20 March, was prevented from taking place by far-right protests. We spoke to several eyewitnesses and a citizen of Lviv about the disruption to the Festival.
The ongoing Moldova’s movement is a response to urgent domestic social problems that have been inappropriately cast in the available language of geopolitics.
In the past few years, Athens became a place where refugees seeking a better future in Europe got stuck. Przemysław Witkowski gives a detailed insight in their world of despair, chaos, and misery.