Razem’89 is a coalition of Polish non-government organisations who are willing to join the celebration of the 25th anniversary of the changes of 1989.
The negotiations between the communist government and the opposition led to the collapse of communist system in Poland by allowing partially free elections to the Polish parliament and free elections to the Senate, legalisation of trade unions and associations, and authorisation of independent newspapers
The 25th anniversary of the beginning of the political transformation in Central and Eastern Europe inspires us to seek new ways of thinking about what the experience of World War II and Communism has brought to European societies.
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