32 years ago martial law was imposed in Poland to crush the Solidarity movement. The Institute of National Remembrance invites everyone to light a symbolic candle to the memory of the victims.
65 years ago, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights with eight abstentions, including Poland. Today Poland is one of the symbols of a successful fight for freedom and human rights.
The facts testifying to the involvement of the European Parliament in the defence of human rights and elementary freedoms behind the Iron Curtain are not well known. They are presented in a film A place to stand by Anna Ferens.
An interview with Jaś Gawroński, Italian MEP, senator and journalist
"We shall remember / Elmékeinkben. Andrzej Przewoźnik. 1963–2010. Katyń" - an exhibition dedicated to the memory of Andrzej Przewoźnik will be presented from 2 December 2013 in the Chamber of Memory of the Mine ‘Wujek’. The exhibition will be open till 17 January 2014.