Law and Justice proposals for a more severe abortion law sparked mass protests. But the previous government is just as responsible for the current reproductive rights situation. Interview with Agata Diduszko-Zyglewska.
Hungary and Poland’s antidemocratic turn: a new era or more of the same?
Despite the increasingly anti-democratic character of the conservative political camps, the core political division in Poland and Hungary remains stable.
Poland: A change so good, it makes you want to cry
Magdalena Mikulak argues that Poland’s Law and Justice government’s vision of change has left little room for alternative views and values, noting that there are now legitimate concerns about the effects of these reforms on Polish society and women in particular.
Prime Minister and Catholic bishops against women’s rights in Poland
Katha Pollitt on defending Polish women’s right to choose.
The rule of law is under assault in Poland
Europe has a duty to act on Jarosław Kaczyński and his party.
Kijowski: “We have to become one nation again”
Interview with Mateusz Kijowski – founder of The Committee for the Defence of Democracy, a Polish civic organization created in response to the Polish constitutional crisis.
Konstanty Gebert: The monument deserves better
“We want a permanent commemoration and not an artistic experiment”.