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Polish govt introduces ‘de-facto ban’ on LGBTQ+ teaching in schools

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On the afternoon of 13 January, the educational reform was adopted into law after being debated in the Sejm (the lower house of Poland’s parliament) a day earlier.

Named ‘Lex Czarnek’ or ‘Czarnek’s Law’ after minister of education Przemysław Czarnek, its contents bring the country in line with Hungary and Russia who previously adopted similar anti-propaganda laws.

It gives superintendents the power to overrule any teaching materials that are given to schools by outside groups, such as charities, as well as giving them the power to sack teachers who are not compliant with this.

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