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Democracy in Poland has made great strides since the end of communism in 1991, though challenges to democratic governance have never been far away. According to Freedom House, "the president of Poland is directly elected for up to two five-year terms, and members of the bicameral National Assembly are elected for four-year terms". Also check out our section on World Democracy.
The Polish government is targeting women’s rights activists and organizations, putting women’s rights and safety at risk HRW report released today.
Strzemeski watched with as a high school friend voiced support for Poland’s nationalist government on social media, followed by hate-filled extremist posts.
Gdansk mayor, Pawel Adamowicz death in Poland sparks anger against hate speech with many calling for stronger actions against those who threaten others.
Board game for both boys and girls by Zuzanna Kozerska-Girard, is being sold at a time when achievements of women are increasingly in the spotlight.
Poland’s president signed legislation reinstates Supreme Court judges forced into early retirement even when EU term it violation of democratic standards.
Poland’s parliament passed legislation to reinstate Supreme Court judges forced to retire, a step that could ease a standoff with the European Union.
The EU sued Poland on Monday in the EU’s highest court over the ruling party’s changes to the judiciary, for undermining independence of the courts.
Several hundred people protested outside the Polish parliament on Tuesday against the planned legal amendments
euroskeptic populists won elections in Hungary and Italy, and as the EU confronts Poland’s right-wing government