Articles on Polish society which have appeared in past issues of CER.
27 November 2000
Discovering a New Element
Poles are finally developing a positive interest in Romani history and culture.
16 October 2000
The world knows it as Auschwitz, but the locals call their hometown Oświęcim. What's it like to grow up next to a deathcamp?
25 September 2000
Prophet and Loss
Jerzy Giedroyc, political editor and advocate of a sensible minorities policy for Poland, has passed on.
3 July 2000
After the Reform
New administrative regions in Poland have downgraded some cities, discouraging investment in them.
15 November 1999
KATOWICE: A Tale of Many Cities
Poland's Silesia region is facing both the difficult legacy of its industrial past and the equally difficult prospect of its future.
30 August 1999
Ready for the Chop
Poland's antiquated and inefficient farming sector urgently needs a drastic overhaul.