The Polish government will co-finance 80 percent of local governments' costs for transporting disabled people to get vaccinated against Covid-19, a deputy interior minister announced on Thursday.
Decorating the façade of the former Saturn factory in Warsaw’s Wawer district, the work by Domicella Bożekowska and commissioned in 1965 was intended to “introduce contemporary art beyond art galleries, as well as to raise the cultural knowledge of the so-called working class.”
Poland's opposition groupings criticised on Tuesday the government's efforts to support children with disabiltities, as presented in a report on the "For Life" programme by Family Minister Marlena Maląg. The opposition said the programme was full of "cynicism and hypocrisy."
No one has the right to kill unborn children, Family Minister Marlena Maląg said on Tuesday in the Sejm (lower house), presenting a report on government support for the disabled as she referred to Thursday's ban on abortion due to foetal defects.
Poland will spend over PLN 27 billion (EUR 6.14 billion) on support for people with disabilities this year, up by PLN 12 billion (EUR 2.73 billion) from 2015, Polish Family and Labour Minister Marlena Malag said on Wednesday.
In the 2020-2021 season, the Warsaw-based Teatr 21 (Theatre 21) will begin cooperation with the Muencher Kammerspiele, one of Germany's most important theatres.
TFN’s Nick Westerby takes a look at recent innovations in healthcare which are making staying healthy a whole lot E-asier.
The UN Security Council on Thursday voted through its first-ever resolution on the protection of disabled persons during armed conflicts. The act was piloted by Poland and Britain.
Awards were the climax of a competition designed to promote the needs of the disabled in architecture, planning and building.
Poland's first multi-generational home is ready for use in Łódź, central Poland, city authorities informed on Tuesday. The renovated building's tenants will be disabled persons, seniors and families with children.