Ewa Rejman is law student from Poland (University of Wrocław) with a special interest in international law and human rights. She currently serves as a coordinator for the Polish Chapter of World Youth Alliance and regularly publishes her articles on Aleteia.pl website.
She loves meeting new people (and old friends!), and is passionate about everything connected with Italian culture and language.
22th October, the Constitutional Tribunal in Poland in 11:2 decision ruled that disability-selective abortions, which make up almost all terminations in the country, are unconstitutional. From now abortion remains legal
The majority of women would like to do both: become a mother at some point of their life and make their contribution to society through their professional work, too. What
Father Jerzy Popiełuszko was the chaplain for the Solidarity movement and a symbol of the resistance in the difficult times. The communist government accused him of illegal political activity, and
In my previous article, I deconstructed an argument for euthanasia that is based on the “need” to end unbearable pain. In this second part, I will address another argument, which
Is killing someone at their request an act of mercy? What does the term “death with dignity” actually mean? Can we speak about the “right to die” as one of
There is a pandemic from no one, even young people, can truly feel safe. We don’t have vaccines and science will not help us too much. The virus I talk
Every year, August 1, as the clock strikes 5 p.m. (the ‘W’ hour, with ‘W’ standing for Warsaw) alarm sirens sound all over Poland. Everyone stops, even cars and buses
International documents and institutions should recognize and protect human rights. But what if they are instead creating them? And what effects does this have on other human rights? Historically, acts
In each of her pregnancies people were asking the same question: why didn’t she choose an abortion? Chiara Corbella Petrillo, however, cherished every moment with her babies. Now her beatification
It is a popular opinion that in order to be happy, one should avoid turmoil, stay focused on his or her own needs, and get as much pleasure from life