Alex of the Szpila collective describes the tactics of the ruling Law and Justice Party in Poland, and its government’s effects on immigrants, sexual minorities, and particularly on the right to abortion. Focus on the case of Justyna Wydrzyńska , founder of Women on the Net, which shares information on abortion, contraception, and sex education. Justyna is also a founder of the Abortion Dream Team, which offers practical services to help abortion seekers get pills and appointments. She was charged with assisting in an abortion, was convicted, and now intends to appeal.
Interviewer: Emma Hart, a host of Women on the Line (3cr.org.au/womenontheline)
Update by Frieda Werden of WINGS.Contact for Szpila collective where you can see some English translation (https://www.facebook.com/kolektywszpila/) Szpila raises funds for legal support for activists.