Hi! I'm going to Erasmus to Lodz for the next semester with my boyfriend and a friend of mine. We are having troubles finding a flat or a flatshare on a good price. We have a few options,but all of them are around 180 € a month. Our grant is 400€ and I'm worrying that this won't be enough. I know that the university dormitories are cheaper,but we wanted to find a flat where we can stay all together.
Do you thing that our grant will be enough to cover a rent like this?
Can you give me any advice on finding a better flat?
Do you know how much might be the bills(electricity,heating,internet, ect.) for a month?
Can someone please explain the difference between the Civic Platform and Law and Justice Parties? Both are right wong groups it seems like. The only difference I can see is that the Law and Justice Party is more of a populist party and is more radical than the Civic Platform.
I bought a premade company with the plans to use it but never did. I will be leaving Poland soon (I'm not Polish) and I no longer need it. Whats the best way to find buyers/list it for sale? Located in Warsaw at the moment.
Its structured as an education company with no VAT registration. No business activity and have all the relevant documents.
Any ideas what to do? I would like some money back so my preference would be not to liquidate it.
This doesn't seem to be discussed much in American and Western discourse on Nazi atrocities. I find this quite strange given that nearly three million (non-Jewish) Poles were killed, that the Germans planned to kill or ethnically cleanse tens of millions of Poles, and that the justification for this was anti-Pole/anti-Slav racism. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazi_crimes_against_the_Polish_nation
How important is it to Polish people? Is there still a sense of anger about what the Germans did, particularly since they justified ? Is the genocide of the Polish Jews--which was certainly more extreme, in the sense that every Jew had to be killed asap, while the 'elimination of the concept of Poles' was supposed to be a more gradual process--viewed as wholly distinct from or similar to the genocide of ethnic Poles?