A group of six Polish women including film director Agnieszka Holland have written to US Vice-President Kamala Harris to raise the alarm over what they call "a serious threat to freedom of speech in Poland" over TVN's struggle to renew its licence.
The leader of Women’s Strike, the organisation that has spearheaded mass abortion protests, has said that Poland faces a “nightmare moment” when a near-total ban on abortion “becomes a fact”.
The Women's Strike leader on Thursday announced the launching of a "Legal Abortion - No Compromises" initiative aimed at ensuring access to abortion in Poland. The project will run its own website.
The organisation that has masterminded many of the mass protests against a top-court abortion ruling has formed a new consultative council that will be tasked with talking to the government.