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PiS once again lost to the president of the Open Dialogue Foundation – the Supreme Administrative Court overturned the verdict of the neo-judges in her case

9 December 2022

The Supreme Administrative Court ruled – contrary to what the services subordinate to PiS have claimed – that Kozlovska poses no threat to national security. The court overturned the negative verdict of the Voivodeship Administrative Court judges. This is the 4th ruling that is beneficial for the activist, but she still cannot return to Poland. […]

PiS once again lost to the president of the Open Dialogue Foundation – the Supreme Administrative Court overturned the verdict of the neo-judges in her case

9 December 2022

The Supreme Administrative Court ruled – contrary to what the services subordinate to PiS have claimed – that Kozlovska poses no threat to national security. The court overturned the negative verdict of the Voivodeship Administrative Court judges. This is the 4th ruling that is beneficial for the activist, but she still cannot return to Poland. […]

Poland’s entry ban on Ukrainian NGO head unjustified, rules top court

6 December 2022

The decision to ban Lyudmyla Kozlovska, the Ukrainian head of an NGO, from entering Poland does not have a justifiable basis, the country’s top administrative court has ruled. Kozlovska has been unable to enter Poland for the last five years on unspecified security grounds. She has always denied that there is any proper basis for […]

The Supreme Administrative Court: Lyudmyla Kozlovska poses no threat to national security

5 December 2022

“The collected material, both secret and public, does not allow to state that Lyudmyla Kozlovska poses a threat to the security of the state,” the Supreme Administrative Court stated. The politically persecuted president of the Open Dialogue Foundation can again apply for the right of residence in Poland. The final decision of the Supreme Administrative […]

The NSA overturned a court decision against Lyudmyla Kozlovska. Her expulsion from Poland was illegal.

5 December 2022

The Supreme Administrative Court (NSA) overturned the verdict of the Provincial Administrative Court (WSA) against Lyudmyla Kozlovska. The NSA found that the material gathered did not lead to the conclusion that Kozlovska posed a threat to state security. This means that the expulsion of the President of the Open Dialogue Foundation from Poland and the […]

The Council of Europe supports Lyudmyla Kozlovska. “I finally have a chance to protect myself from persecution.”

20 October 2022

Thanks to the latest resolution of the Council of Europe, the Open Dialogue Foundation’s Lyudmyla Kozlovska hopes that she will be able to effectively appeal the ban on entering Poland and learn the reasons for her expulsion by the Polish authorities. “The Council of Europe stands up for foreigners prosecuted for political reasons,” said Kozlovska […]

Report of the Open Dialogue Foundation on the Public Prosecutor’s Office Under the Rule of the United Right Alliance

29 September 2022

The Open Dialogue Foundation has compiled a report in which it furnishes evidence and examples of unprecedented politicisation of the Public Prosecutor’s Office since the moment the United Right Alliance (Zjednoczona Prawica) took power in Poland in 2015. The report provides examples of abuse of the Public Prosecutor’s Office by those in power, for whom […]

Tarczynski’s spectacular defeat at court. He must issue an official apology!

14 August 2022

“When you don’t know what it is about, it is about money, and very big money, which comes from pro-Russian groups. It should be noted that the Foundation was examined by the Internal Security Agency a long time ago, and at that time everyone was screaming that civil rights were under threat in Poland — […]

Libellers must apologise and pay for the cover story

12 August 2022

Tomasz Sakiewicz argued in court that the manipulated photograph depicting Bartosz Kramek as a Wehrmacht soldier which appeared on the cover of ‘Gazeta Polska’ daily was ‘simply funny’. The Appellate Court in Warsaw did not share this view and found the Chair of the Open Dialogue Foundation a victim of stigmatisation and defamation. Five years […]

Sakiewicz and “Gazeta Polska” lose Wehrmacht cover case to Bartosz Kramek. Apology ordered

12 August 2022

Last Thursday, the Editor-in-Chief and publisher of the Gazeta Polska weekly lost a personal injury lawsuit brought by Bartosz Kramek before the court of second instance. They are now required to publish an apology on page 2 of Gazeta Polska and pay a total of PLN 25,000 in compensation. Bartosz Kramek sued Tomasz Sakiewicz for […]

Sakiewicz must apologise for the cover of “Gazeta Polska”. There’s a court decision

11 August 2022

On Thursday, the Court of Appeal in Warsaw has largely dismissed the appeal of editor-in-chief of ‘Gazeta Polska’ Tomasz Sakiewicz against the Open Dialogue Foundation for the cover of the weekly, which depicts Kramek as a Wehrmacht soldier. The journalist must apologise to Kramek and pay him compensation. The case concerns a lawsuit filed by […]

Another victory for the Open Dialogue Foundation. The court: Dominik Tarczyński must apologise

9 August 2022

A member of the European Parliament from the Law and Justice (PiS) party must apologise to the Open Dialogue Foundation (ODF) for his allegations about the involvement of the ODF in the laundering of money from Russia. This is another victory of the Foundation in the case of violation of personal rights against representatives of […]

The District Court in Warsaw rules that a PiS MEP must apologise to the Open Dialogue Foundation

9 August 2022

Dominik Tarczyński, a PiS MEP, must apologise to the Open Dialogue Foundation for his statement about the Foundation’s alleged involvement in laundering money coming from Russia. This is yet another case won by the Foundation concerning the violation of personal rights by representatives of the ruling party. The MEP must apologise to the Open Dialogue […]

Maciej Wąsik must apologize to the Open Dialogue Foundation

5 August 2022

Maciej Wąsik has been ordered to publish an apology to the Open Dialogue Foundation. A court of law has so decided. The deputy head of the Ministry of Interior and Administration suggested that the Foundation of had ties with Russia and engaged into money laundering practices.

Wąsik lost a court case against the Open Dialogue Foundation. He alleged that the Foundation had ties with Russia

5 August 2022

Maciej Wąsik has been ordered to publish an apology to the Open Dialogue Foundation. A court of law has so decided. The deputy head of the Ministry of Interior and Administration suggested that the Foundation of had ties with Russia and engaged into money laundering practices. “Justice is done! Maciej Wąsik has been found guilty! […]

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