Anna Liminowicz - photographer and reportage author based in Warsaw, Poland. She works regularly with several international publications including The New York Times, The Globe and Mail, The Guardian, NRC and many others. She divides her work...
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17.10.2023 Warsaw, Poland. Aleksandra, it was her first election. She voted for the Left party. (Lewica) because this party most closely matches its programme. "It is hard to imagine how Poland will look like now. I voted for the first time now and I don’t really remember a Poland ruled by the opposition." "The top priorities for the new government are: depoliticising public television and bringing back respect for women's and LGBTQ+ rights."
17.10.2023 Warsaw, Poland. Estra, 25 student of the Academy of Fine Arts "I think that our younger generation has a chance to change Poland." "I hope that the ban on abortion will be lifted, that women's rights will be respected, that there is more financial transparency."
‘We have a chance to change Poland’: how young voters shaped the election result- for The Guardian