VIDEO: Izabela Dłużyk was chosen by the BBC for its list of the world’s 100 most influential women, saying: “The field recordist is unusual not just because she is a young woman in a profession dominated by men, but because she has been blind since birth.”
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in Strasbourg has announced that regulations lowering the retirement age of women judges in Poland violate their rights.
A new report published by Warsaw’s Kozminski University shows that women in Polish higher education institutions are having a tough time breaking through to higher academic posts.
The women from the Koło Gospodyń Wiejskich (Country Housewives Association) in the small village of Romaszki, northeast of Lublin, took matters into their own hands after the local council said it couldn’t find construction workers.
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Donald Tusk, Poland's opposition leader, has expressed indignation at the treatment of women in Poland following the tightening of abortion laws and called on all who oppose the current government to attend a march in Warsaw on October 1.
In this episode of The Debrief we take a look at an exhibition of Polish women’s design.
Opposition leader Donald Tusk has blamed Poland's near-total abortion law for the deaths of several pregnant women in hospital, calling the politicians of the ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) "serial killers of women."
Świątek who is the current WTA ranking leader and a three-time Grand Slam Champion is the first Polish athlete to be featured in the prestigious list.
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