• situation_of_woman

Contents:

  • Agata Czarnacka Reproductive rights and beyond - Pol(s)ka 2021 p. 5
  • Anna Grodzka The new political reality in Poland: the Women’s Strike in its political context p. 17
  • Małgorzata Jonczy-Adamska On how the Polish education system forms social roles and gender positions p. 31
  • Joanna Miśkiewicz Women on the labour market and their restricted right of association p. 43
  • Urszula Nowakowska, Andrzej Dominiczak Women as victims of violence in Poland p. 53
  • Ewa Majewska Feminist Theory and Practice: Dialectics of the Women’s Strike 2020 and what may lie ahead p. 63
  • Interview with Ewa Dąbrowska-Szulc To Regain the Right to Decide for Ourselves p. 73

 

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