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Kasia Odrozek

A native of Poland, Kasia studied law and cultural science in Germany and currently lives in Berlin building a media technology startup for audio. Previously she worked as Advisor and Product Manager for Wikimedia Germany, an organisation promoting open knowledge and supporting Wikipedia and other Wikimedia projects. She is passionate about media, technology and digital rights activism. Kasia tweets at @kaodro.

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Italy: Future of News at Perugia International Journalism Festival

  1 May 2012

From April 25-29, Perugia, a charming city in the Italian region of Umbria became a vibrant meeting point for media enthousiasts and journalists from all over the world, with the 2012 International Journalism Festival. Global Voices was present of course, with members discussing participation and citizen journalism - the future of the news.

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Poland: Election Results Signal Imminent Generation Shift

  16 October 2011

Poland's parliamenary election results seemed to be a relief to many and a surprise to everybody. The current PM Donald Tusk has become the first Polish prime minister to be elected to a consecutive term, but the real dark horse of the election is the anticlerical and libertarian Janusz Palikot, whose party has gained 10 percent of votes.

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Poland: Smolensk Report Blames Both Polish and Russian Sides

On July 29, Poland presented its final report on the 2010 Smolensk plane crash, in which 96 people died, including the then president of Poland Lech Kaczynski. While putting the major blame on the Polish pilot's error, the report also pointed at the fault of the defective lighting at Smolensk airport and Russian air controllers.

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Poland: Citizen Initiative for Complete Abortion Ban

Some 600,000 people have signed a petition in support of the draft amendment to Poland's abortion law intending to ban abortion in Poland without exceptions – even when the life of a woman is threatened. Katarzyna Odrozek reviews online reactions of the supporters and opponents of the complete ban on abortion in Poland.

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