Wrocław launches year as European Capital of Culture
Originally aired on Radio Poland 1/15 Click here to listen! On Friday Wroclaw officially starts its year as the European Capital of Culture. Friday marks Wroclaw's first day as the European Capital of Culture of 2016. Wroclaw along with the Spanish city San Sebastian are honored to hold the title. The city in western Poland celebrates the opening of the ECC for three days. The main commencement ceremony, the Awakening, showcases four spirits of the city waking up. “The story
Poland and 70 Years of the UN
Originally aired on Radio Poland, English Section 11/4 Click here to listen! October 15th marked the 70th anniversary of the United Nations, allowing Poland to reflect on the organisation's significance. An overwhelmingly large number of representatives at this week's event argued that Poland needs to leave a bigger footprint in the UN rather than just concentrating on the European Union. “I think partially Poland’s youth were not interested in the UN because of our EU access
Should the EU take advice from the United State-Mexico Border?
Originally aired on Radio Poland, English Section 10/6 Click here to listen to the shortened interview. Kamila Kudelska talked with Professor James Cooper, the Associate Professor of Law and Director of the International Legal Studies at the California Western School of Law in San Diego, USA. Professor Cooper argues the European Union can learn from the lessons of the United States-Mexico Border. #EUrefugeecrisis #EU #USMexicanborder #JamesCooper #Poland #CaliforniaWesternSch