The 76th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz on January 27 will this year be held online and will highlight the fate of children in the camp.
Pupils from grades 1-3 will probably be the first to return to school, the Polish education minister said on Tuesday without mentioning any specific dates.
On the night of November 27, 1942, Germans set about clearing all Poles from the Zamość region to make way for German and Ukrainian colonists. What made this even more tragic was the suffering of around 30,000 Polish children, an estimated 10,000 of whom died.
Hundreds of thousands of young people in urgent need of psychiatric care are facing a “pandemic-driven crisis in child psychiatry” that could lead to “multiple tragedies”.
WARNING! THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS GRAPHIC IMAGES: Appalled by the amount of death, poverty and famine he witnessed during a trip to Madagascar, dietician Daniel Kasprowicz set about doing what he could to help. He has raised enough money to build a new hospital.
The majority of Poles want the first easing of coronavirus restrictions to allow children to return to school, a new survey has found.
Poland's First Lady Agata Kornhauser-Duda, accompanying the Polish president on his Lithuanian visit, met in Vilnius with Sister Michaela Rak, a Polish nun who runs the country's only children's hospice, co-funded by Poland.
From Monday, about 3.8 million older Polish school students are learning remotely, while 2.5 million younger children are still going to schools and kindergartens, spokesperson for the Ministry of Education Anna Ostrowska said on Monday.
Archaeologists have dated the discovery in Bydgoszcz from the 10th to the 12th centuries. If the earlier date is correct, the remains could be those of some of the first children to ever have been called Polish since the state of Poland was established under Duke Mieszko I, whose reign began sometime before 963 and continued until his death in 992.
Known for helping her patients without wearing gloves during treatment so as not to frighten and discourage them, Wanda Błeńska who died at the age of 103 cured thousands of Ugandans of leprosy.