unitedkingsom  POLIN Museum & the European Association were honoured to receive an impressive press coverage. Here, we present some of the press and other media resources in original languages.

france  Le Musée POLIN &l’Association Européenne ont eu le privilège de recevoir une importante couverture dans la presse. Nous présentons ici quelques textes et autres médias dans leurs langues originales.


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  • May 11, 2019: Gazeta Wyborcza confirms that prof. Stola won the contest for the position of the director of the POLIN Museum
    • 11 mai 2019 Gazeta Wyborcza confirme que prof. Stola a gagné le concours pour le poste de directeur du musée POLI
  • Since May 2019: Prof. Stola is waiting for the official nomination by the Polish Minister of Culture, receives no salary and cannot do his work (cf. an interview with Piotr Wislicki from June 2019)
  • Sept 23, 2019: a paper in New Yorker reminds the details of the incomprehensible situation of Prof. Stola.
  • Oct. 3, 2019: a paper in Haaretz, Emilie van Outeren, updates the Israeli audience about recent developments of POLIN’s situation (Is the Polish Government Holding a Jewish Museum Hostage for Being ‘Disobedient’?)
  • Nov. 3, 2019: a paper in Le Monde, about Michal Bilewicz, a researcher in psychology of prejudice, working on antisemitism, whose nomination as professor is still pending for political reasons. Just like the one of Dariusz Stola does


  • Jan. 30, 2020: London mayor Sadiq Khan, who attended the Auschwitz 75 commemorations, told Jewish News he was anxious about the way in which the Polish government was speaking about its role in relation to the Nazi genocide. He said he was unhappy about Polish president Andrzej Duda’s decision to block the reappointment of Dariusz Stola, the former director of the Polin museum of the history of Polish Jews in Warsaw. Jewish News
  • Jan. 30, 2020: The city of Warsaw and the Association of the Jewish Historical Institute of Poland demanded government action on Stola’s reappointment.“We can no longer accept the situation in which one of the most important institutions of culture in Poland remains in a state of limbo,” Warsaw’s mayor and the board chairman of the private Jewish historical association said in a joint statement. Associated Press
  • On February 11, 2020, Polish independent media OKOpress published a dramatic statement by Dariusz Stola (see a paper in English)
  • February 14, 2020 — “Poland’s government  accepted a compromise candidate (Zygmunt Stępiński) as the new director of Warsaw’s landmark Jewish museum, ending a long impasse that had raised concerns over the popular institution’s future”. (Associated Press)
  • May 7, 2020: A. C. Zielinska, « L’ombre de la Seconde Guerre mondiale sur l’élection présidentielle polonaise », The Conversation France, 7 mai 2020


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