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76. Gay March Banned

Poznan - Polish City Bans Gay March for Security Reasons
Organizers Claim Religious Influences Behind Decision
2005-11-16 14:11:08 / 3902 readings

77. Film - Biography of A. Walentynowicz

Currently in Gdańsk a feature film by Volker Schlöndorff, called 'The Forgotten Heroin', is being created based on the biography of Anna Walentynowicz, a worker of the Gdańsk shipyard.
2005-11-08 20:09:44 / 2856 readings

78. Gender and Citizenship

The Sixth European Gender Research Conference "Gender and Citizenship in a Multicultural Context" is held every third year and constitutes the broadest and the most important recurring assembly of its kind.
2005-10-19 10:30:42 / 2739 readings

79. Joseph Conrad Scholarships

Since 1989, The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has funded the British Chevening Scholarships, known in Poland as Joseph Conrad Scholarships.
2005-10-06 10:29:11 / 3313 readings

80. Women’s Role in Solidarity

Ambassador and Mrs. Victor Ashe hosted a special edition of America Presents on August 29th at the Ambassador’s residence, featuring a panel discussing the role of women in sustaining Solidarity through martial law. Shana Penn is the author of Solidarity’s Secret: The Women Who Defeated Communism in Poland, telling the story of the seven female editors of the underground weekly Tygodnik Mazowsze.
2005-09-02 16:34:48 / 3200 readings

81. Safety of LGBT People

There is growing concern for the safety of LGBT people in Poland. The Mayor of Warsaw refused to issue a permit for the city's June Gay Pride parade. Week after an improvised Pride march took place (18.06.2005), the Mayor issued a permit for a so-called "normality parade."
2005-07-15 15:15:15 / 2618 readings

82. We are Afraid

Statement of Polish LGBT organizations
2005-06-21 15:21:49 / 3175 readings

83. Successful Equality Days

Successful Equality Days for Gays and Lesbians and Gay Pride Parade in Warsaw - Poland. 10-12 of June. Equality Days comprised of a series of meetings, conferences, and cultural events focusing on the social, professional and political position of Polish homosexual people.
2005-06-17 14:06:07 / 2646 readings

84. Women and HIV in CEE

In 11-12 November in Warsaw ASTRA together with the OSI is organizing a seminar on Women and HIV in CEE.The conference seeks to bridge the gaps among service providers, advocates and affected communities in the arenas of sexual and reproductive health.
2005-06-17 12:02:49 / 2457 readings

85. Solidarity’s Secret

Solidarity's Secret is the first book to record the crucial yet little-known role women played in the rise of an independent press in Poland and in the fall of that country's communist government.
2005-06-06 11:13:56 / 2507 readings

86. V Baltic Sea NGO Forum

It is the privilege of Poland to organise the Baltic See NGO Forum in 2005, because of the Polish presidency of the Council of the Baltic Sea States. The main organiser is the Polish Focal Point – Regional Information and Support Centre for NGOs, assisted by other institutions.
2005-05-06 16:05:53 / 2547 readings

87. March of Tolerance - Cracov

On 22 April at 2 pm from Wawel Castle will going The March of Tolerance. Again this year we want to celebrate the ideas of tolerance and the aceptance of variety.
2005-04-20 14:07:59 / 2453 readings

88. Polish Parliament Shelves Legislation

Poland's parliament on Tuesday voted 183-199 to shelve a measure thatwouldhave "liberalized" abortion law in the "overwhelmingly" Roman Catholicnationby allowing the procedure to be performed up to 12 weeks gestation, theAssociated Press reports (Associated Press, 2/15). Under current Polish law,abortion is banned except in cases of rape, incest, when the fetus isdeformedor when the woman's health is in danger.
2005-03-30 15:30:23 / 2412 readings

89. Outcomes of Prepcom for Poland

Official letter of the United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM) to the Polish Prime Minister.
2004-12-20 11:07:22 / 2452 readings

90. Human Rights Committee: Poland

"We believe that women's right to choose and decide freely if, when, how many and how to have children is a basic human right, without which women are denied full and equal participation in the life of society and personal development" Polish Federation for Women and Family Planning.
2004-11-08 14:41:28 / 2201 readings
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