Uhlová’s project, entitled The Heroes of Capitalist Labour, exposes the dark side of Czech Republic’s alleged post-communist economic success.
Aleksander Kwaśniewski: Poland suffers from social schizophrenia
We speak the same language, but have two different histories – says the former President of Poland.
Drugs in the Czech Republic: A Reflection on Three Decades
How did the drug scene in the Czech Republic evolve over the last three decades?
Poland can become a great place to start democratising Europe through enhanced social dialogue on the future of the continent, but a blanket espousal of liberal democracy will be counterproductive.
Doesn’t matter if you’re dead, just make sure to show up
What’s it like working for minimum wage in a hospital laundry room? Saša Uhlová’s investigative project explores workplace conditions in the worst-paid jobs in Czech Republic.
The Puzzle of Poland
A quiet but fierce war rages in Poland today for the hearts and minds of the citizenry. The Law and Justice Party appears to have a long-term plan to solidify power by weakening all the levers of democracy and civil society.
Military training and less computer science. Students return to schools in Poland
“We want education, not lies”. Around four hundred people gathered in front of the Ministry of National Education in Warsaw. But even that couldn’t stop the government from passing the education bill.