Agnieszka Pospiszyl is a journalist, researcher and producer based in Katowice, Poland. She covers all news about Central Europe, focusing mostly on Poland, Czechia and Slovakia, and also European topics seen from London’s perspective. Her work appears regularly in international media – from newspaper, radio, to TV and on-line platforms. On a regular basis she cooperates with NRK, BBC, KAN, CSAT, RTL, Al Jazira English, CNN, The Guardian, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, The Wall Street Journal, New York Times. She has reported from Warsaw, Prague, Bratislava, Budapest, Riga, Tallin, Vilnius, London, New York, Washington DC, Dubai. Agnieszka also worked as an international war reporter in Iran/Iraq. Recently she covers a wide range of coronavirus related topic (current situation, regulations) in Central Europe. Agnieszka covers NGOs-related topics, international justice, politics, human rights, diversity&inclusion as well as transport - particularly aviation. Working languages: Polish (native), Czech (native), Slovak (native), English (C2), German (B1) Academic background: - PhD in International Media Law, London Metropolitan University, UK - MA in Culture Studies, Wroclaw University, Poland
Wielun was until 1945 on the border with Germany and this was where the attack on Poland started with a bombardment on the main civilian area. Now the city is "LGBT free zone" and lost a money from Norwegian Found to renovate the swimming pool.