Close to 50 percent of Poles believe women are discriminated against in public and private life in Poland, a new opinion poll has found.
The European Court of Justice (CJEU) has ruled that sexual orientation cannot be a reason to refuse to conclude a contract with a self-employed person, in a case brought by a Polish man.
An opposition leader has accused the ruling conservative Law and Justice (PiS) of discriminating against single parents in its new tax law.
Poland's German minority has filed a complaint against Poland to the European Commission (EC) over a decree that cuts German language classes for minority children from three hours per week to one.
The parliamentary caucus of The Left political grouping has asked Poland's police chief for an explanation as to why a new textbook for police officers lists the transgender and LGBT community among social pathologies.
Dozens of priests have put their names to a letter published in a magazine stating their opposition to what they call "abuse by politicians and the sins of the Church.
Polish government commissioner for demographic policy, Barbara Socha, on Thursday said she "has not heard anything about a law discriminating LGBTI persons in Poland," and underlined that "reports and data show their organisations receive huge sums of money."
To mark the 40th anniversary of the adoption of the UN Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW), the Warsaw School of Economics (SGH) held a conference on Wednesday on equal opportunities for women in public life.
The participants of the first session of the Children and Youth Parliament (SDiM), in a resolution adopted on Friday, are demanding actions to counteract social exclusion and discrimination.