In marking the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, we take a look at the only concentration camp in German-occupied Poland which was purely for the incarceration of Polish children.
After reading “Chrobot” by Polish journalist Tomasz Michniewicz, which has the subtitle “the life of the world’s most ordinary people” Agnieszka Pietraszek was so inspired by one of its characters she went off to the African continent to help the poor.
Troops from armoured regiments laid on feasts and gave Mikołajki gifts to children caught up in the savage and bitter fighting of the Italian campaign.
Is Poland friendly for foreign families with children? How do you find out what’s going on in Poland and explore and travel through Poland if you don’t speak Polish? Where are the best places to travel with kids in Poland? We speak to Magda Piasecka from the @kids in the city project to find out more.
Teatr Lalka, Warsaw's oldest puppet theatre, claimed four awards during autumn theatre festivals in Serbia, announced Dominika Druch, a theatre representative, on Tuesday.
TFN speaks with Brother Maciej, a man helping some of Africa’s poorest people, and the woman who came to his aid by raising thousands for vital medical equipment.
In the survey from Eurostat looking at families with three or more children, France topped the list, followed by the United Kingdom and then Germany. Poland came ahead of Italy, Spain and the Netherlands on the list of large families.
Increase comes as more money is put into the Maluch+ programme aimed at increasing the capacity of the country’s nurseries.
The report by the country’s Central Statistical Office looks at major social and demographic figures, from household size to internet use.
On Twitter on Friday, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki invited all children and their attendants to Children's Day celebrations falling on Saturday. The festivities will be held at the PM Office's gardens, Royal Łazienki Park and Agrykola Park in Warsaw.