Borderline: A fresh take on Poland and its borders
September 19, 2018
Cafébabel’s newest editorial project wants to break with the (recent) one-sided view of Poland, 100 years after the country restored its independence. Sixteen young Europeans headed to the country to report on Polish youth, their visions of the future and their relationship to the country’s past.
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Białowieża forest: A debated neck of the woods © Nicolas Blandin
The Polish paramilitary and uniform heaven © Artur Gutowski
On the path of most resistance with the gay mayor changing Poland © Jakob Ganslmeier
The shifting ground that is women’s football in Poland © Katarzyna Mazur
Abortion in Poland: My body, your country, my choice? © Anna-Kristina Bauer
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