Lorenzo Marsili speaks to Marcelina Zawisza and Maciej Konieczny from Razem about the new Polish left and the meaning of launching a new party from the bottom-up today.
A proposed educational reform is the latest in a series of governmental projects that are turning Poland upside down.
Poland welcomes internet filtering
Any limits set for free expression online must be traced in pencil, not in ink, and not, and this is particularly important – within a hastily drafted piece of legislation.
It’s definite: Krytyka Polityczna is leaving its cultural centre in Cieszyn
The local authorities in Cieszyn have confirmed that the building where Krytyka Polityczna’s cultural centre, “Na granicy” (On the Border) is based, is to be vacated by the end of September 2016.
Is the Polish Left militaristic?
We see huge problems with NATO, but we cannot simply propose to leave it or get rid of it as long as we don’t find a different systemic solution which would guarantee the safety of the region.
Is the Primeval Forest Only Wood?
Plans to increase wood mining and to shoot the endangered bison population in the Polish Białowieża Forest is a textbook example of the failure of the state to protect nature.
The frustrations and aspirations of Polish voters [Interview]
Sociologist Maciej Gdula discusses the prospects of the ruling and Law and Justice party as well as the opposition movement.