Over the next several weeks, Poland will send over 600 module homes to refugees in Syria and Greece, Deputy Foreign Minister Paweł Jabłoński and Deputy Interior Minister Bartosz Grodecki announced on Tuesday.
A total of 1,300 foreigners applied for refugee status in Poland in the first half of the year, 650 of them for the first time, the Office for Foreigners' press officer, Jakub Dudziak, has informed PAP.
A fund-raising event titled Refugees Welcome Charity Art Auction 2020 will be held on September 13, the Museum of Modern Art and the Ocalenie (Salvation) Foundation in Warsaw announced on Wednesday.
Polish photographer Tomek Kaczor won first prize in the Portrait of the Year category of the 2020 World Press Photo competition for his photo 'Awakening,' it was announced on Thursday.
Freelance photographer Tomek Kaczor beat off competition from thousands of hopefuls to make it through to the finals with his amazing capture entitled ‘Awakening’ showing a 15-year-old Armenian girl who suffers from Resignation Syndrome (RS) which leaves sufferers in a coma-like state.
As part of the so-called Warsaw Process, a meeting of a working group on humanitarian issues and assistance to refugees took place in Brasilia with the participation of representatives from the US, Poland and Brazil, the US Department of State said on Thursday.
A documentary about Henryk Sławik and Jozsef Antall Sr., a Polish politician and a Hungarian government commissioner, respectively, who saved around 5,000 Polish Jews in Hungary during WWII, will have its premiere in Katowice, south Poland, on Monday.
Gerald Knaus, the chairman of the Berlin-based European Stability Initiative (ESI) think tank, believes that Poland and Germany could act together to limit unregulated migration from Africa and the Middle East.
Between 1942 and 1948, Polish refuges arrived in Valivade, on the outskirts of Kolhapur, to escape the horrors of war.
Poland will provide 188 tonnes of hygiene products and school articles for refugees in Greece, Poland's Humanitarian Aid Minister Beata Kempa informed on Friday.