Demographic disaster? Close to 70% of Polish women do not plan on having children
The number of women in Poland planning to have children declined dramatically in recent years
Euthanasia as cure for depression? Canada to expand assisted suicide laws to mentally ill
In Canada, euthanasia is becoming a standard part of psychiatric care with death on call like a maid, writes Grzegorz Górny
Kaczyński is right: The collapse of Poland’s fertility rate is driven by cultural and social factors
Poland’s conservative leader said that the high drinking rate among young women is dramatically affecting the birth rate, and he has a point
Almost every Ukrainian considers Poland to be a friendly country, polling shows
Ukrainian citizens continue to view Poland as their country’s strongest ally
White council member resigns in France after spate of racist abuse from local community
Boris Venon had been subjected to a number of racist attacks from members of his local community, as some insisted “the White man” should be driven from his home
Hungary is listed among the world’s most peaceful countries
Jumping two spots, Hungary now ranks 13th in the world
Is this the end of Poland’s intelligentsia?
Professor Ryszard Legutko fears that the Polish elites of today are closer to those from communist times in their negation of national consciousness
Germany: 60 police targeted by 250-strong mob at Berlin swimming pool after woman’s nose broken in dispute
Another outbreak of mob violence and disorder at Berlin’s increasingly dangerous public swimming pools
The West’s self-aggression is contributing to its own downfall
The Russian invasion of Ukraine may be eye-opening for the West, as Western civilization has been on the path to self-destruction for the past 20 years, writes political scientist and philosopher Marek A. Cichocki
Multi-ethnic societies have a history of failure, according to German-American political scientist
The trend towards a multi-ethnic society can only be stopped by civil war, the author says
Outpouring of solidarity in Poland￼
In the face of the humanitarian crisis caused by a Russian aggression on Ukraine, Poles are living a miracle of the sort of unity they have not experienced since the days of Solidarity in the 1980s, writes Jerzy Jachowicz for portal wPolityce.pl
The sovereignty of the family
American opponents of the traditional family model are afraid that the Hungarian example may become infectious, columnist Mariann Őry writes in daily Magyar Hírlap
Are Poles checking out of politics?
The number of Poles who do not identify with any side of the political conflict in Poland has increased, according to the latest report by Center for Public Opinion Research (CBOS)
Poland faces challenge of an ageing population combined with a declining birth rate, 2021 census reveals
Statistics Poland (GUS) has presented the preliminary results of last year’s National Population Census, according to which the Polish population dropped by 0.9 percent within 10 years and the number of houses grew by 12.6 percent
More than a third of Poles now enjoy some aspect of working from home
35 percent of Poles work remotely or in hybrid mode and 9 out of 10 of them do not want to return to working at the office
Survey: Moral relativism on the rise in Poland
For the last ten years, there has been a systematic shift from moral absolutism in favor of relativism, suggests the latest report by Poland’s Centre for Public Opinion Research (CBOS)
Report: Ukrainians are changing their perception of Poland
The incredible mental turnaround ordinary Ukrainians have made towards Poland is nothing short of a miracle, writes columnist and former conservative politician Jan Rokita
Billie Eilish takes a stand against pornography
The pop star’s confession is incredibly important in the context of how pornography destroys young people and ruins relations between men and women, writes Goran Andrijanić for portal wPolityce.pl
Poland: Conservative government’s economic success story presents unexpected electoral problem
The policy of putting money in people’s pockets that is being pursued by the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) has increased aspirations to a better life, with over 70 percent of survey respondents self-categorizing as “middle class”
‘People have been taken over by a destructive ideological madness,’ says Polish MEP
Diplomats are supposed to remain politically neutral, but such rules did not hamper a number of foreign diplomats from attending the politically charged Warsaw Pride Parade
Will the military take power in a disintegrating West hostile to its own people?
The military take their oath seriously and will always defend their nations
‘It is about the survival of our country’ – French soldiers publish second open letter warning of civil war
Poland: Slightly less people attended Mass in 2019 than in 2018
The numbers attending Sunday Mass have fallen from 38.2% in 2018 to 36.9% in 2019, reports the Catholic Church’s Statistic Institute (ISKK)
Germany has 68,000 female genital mutilation victims and migration is to blame: German family minister
The number of procedures increased by 44 percent since 2017
Poland’s choice? Neither Putin nor Soros
The Polish president and government’s lack of response to the ratification of the Istanbul Convention sets a dangerous precedence, writes former Speaker of the Sejm Marek Jurek
Happier to be living in Poland than in Western Europe: opinion
Ryszard Czarnecki, Law and Justice (PiS) MEP, explains why he is happy to be living in Poland rather than Western Europe
10 ways coronavirus will change the world and humanity according to Hungary’s central bank chief
Security and safety are two sides of the same coin
The Czech Republic or Czechia? Why do some Czechs hate the short version so much?
The abbreviation butchers the language, some Czechs say.
Coronavirus pandemic is the EU’s biggest test, says Israeli historian Yuval Harari
The world will change, but we are not involved in a deterministic process, says Harari
Coronavirus leaves Poles with bleak outlook: survey
Poles, like many others around the world, are reeling from the effects of coronavirus
Slovaks fear coronavirus more than Czechs but have higher trust in government: poll
The main difference between the Czech Republic and Slovakia lies in the level of pessimism
Totalitarianism in the name of freedom could happen in Poland: opinion
If the ruling government falls, there is a risk of a full-scale liberal “revolution” in Poland
Polish children are watching pornography and we must stop it: opinion
Polish authorities to declare war on pornography watched by children
Poles reject same-sex marriages and more lenient abortion laws: Poll
For most Poles, there is no compromise in terms of human life
Victory for families: Polish court decide against splitting children from Chechen mother
Who do Poles like?
Czechs, Italians, Slovaks, Hungarians and Americans are among the most liked nationalities by Poles, according to the Center for Public Opinion Research (CBOS). Romanians and Arabic people are the least liked.
The making of secular saints
The media is trying to turn Lech Wałęsa, Jerzy Owsiak and Paweł Adamowicz into secular saints, claims presidential advisor, professor Andrzej Zybertowicz. “This is a conscious manipulation,” he explained.
Family and work come first for Poles
Poles value family life and work the most, according to a survey carried out by the Public Opinion Research Centre (CBOS). In the last twenty years, the importance of earning money, political activity and job hunting abroad has decreased.
Europe nostalgic about the past
Two thirds of Europeans believe that the world used to be a better place. Italians are the most nostalgic and Poles the least, according to research by the Bertelsmann Foundation.
Leading film director calls to boycott region in response to pro-life zone proclamation
PiS councilors in the Podkarpackie Voivodship are preparing an act to turn the entire region into a pro-life zone. In response, film director Andrzej Saramonowicz calls for people to boycott the entire Podkarpackie Voivodship.