Natalia Ojewska

Natalia Ojewska

War & Conflict

Can Ugandans overcome trauma of LRA's violent crimes?

Years after the LRA was subdued, reconciliation between communities and returning former LRA fighters remains elusive.

Can Ugandans overcome trauma of LRA's violent crimes?

Middle East

Syrian refugees: 'We would not consider Europe'

In Lebanon, many Syrians who fled the war simply want to return home, and have little interest in resettlement.

Syrian refugees: 'We would not consider Europe'

Human Rights

Bosnia: Karadzic guilty but will reconciliation follow?

Karadzic sentenced to 40 years in prison - one day for each victim of Srebrenica, but victims cannot forgive his crimes.

Bosnia: Karadzic guilty but will reconciliation follow?

Human Rights

A 'witch-hunt' for Poland's barely visible refugees

Xenophobia and aggression against refugees is on the rise, with some suggesting it is fuelled by political rhetoric.

A 'witch-hunt' for Poland's barely visible refugees

Refugees

Poland's modest refugee policy proves controversial

Though the country has agreed to accept just 6,800 refugees from Syria and Eritrea, critics say even that is too many.

Poland's modest refugee policy proves controversial

Human Rights

Court: Poland culpable for CIA secret prisons

The European Court of Human Rights has ordered Poland to pay reparations to two Saudis being held in Guantanamo Bay.

Court: Poland culpable for CIA secret prisons

Denmark

A victory for Poland's disabled children

After a sit-in protest at Poland's parliament, lawmakers are set to raise government aid to carers of disabled youth.

A victory for Poland's disabled children

Politics

Poland polarised on plane crash anniversary

Country increasingly divided on the anniversary of the crash in Russia that killed the president and political elite.

Poland polarised on plane crash anniversary