Małgorzata Chodakowska from Łódż spends around 6 months to bring each sculpture to life with her amazing water technique.
With summer upon us, we all need time to rest and recuperate, but what about finding new ways of keeping fit and looking good?
Sometimes called ‘witches’ gymnastics’, the therapeutic exercises are said to have been passed on from pre-Christian Slavic communities that nurtured their connection with nature, as well as the strength and beauty of their women. TFN set out to find out more.
Produced in Poland and sold across Ireland, Joanna Zalech and Aleksandra Kiełdanowicz have now produced over 100,000 socks since starting their business just three years ago – and even the Irish PM wears them!
Using oil on canvas, Ewa Juszkiewicz replicates the rich colours and textures of original portraits, extending this to the features she has added covering the women’s faces.
The percentage of women active on the management and supervisory boards of companies operating in Poland rose by 0.6 percent to 15.8 percent in 2019, according to a report by the Deloitte consulting and audit company.
‘Pear Divers’ examines the lives of four women who were well ahead of their times.
The City Council of Poznan, western Poland, signed the European Charter for Gender Equality on Tuesday. The charter, launched in 2006, commits local and regional governments throughout Europe to using their powers to achieve greater equality for their people.
Poland has one of the best female-to-male ratios of scientists in the world.
Their appearance in the competition in Japan comes as a watershed moment in Polish ski-jumping history.