List/Grid Monthly Archives: June 2019

The Union of Lublin and Importance of its Heritage

The Union of Lublin was a memorable event that defined the political and social order in Central Europe for many years. In this project, one can see many models of… Read more »

Russian Productions on Lithuanian TV Reduced

The Radio and Television Commission of Lithuania (RTCL) points out that Russian content loses its popularity on Lithuanian TV channels. According to the latest data, foreign productions in Lithuania are… Read more »

Pranckietis: Our Task is to Maintain Current Relations Between Lithuania and Poland

The challenge for both Lithuania and Poland is to maintain the current excellent and creative relations between the two countries — says the Speaker of Seimas [the Lithuanian parliament, TN]… Read more »

Vaisbrodas: The name of Kazys Škirpa Avenue should be changed

“The position of the Jewish community is unambiguous – the name of Kazys Škirpa Avenue should be changed,” said Renaldas Vaisbrodas, councilor of Vilnius on behalf of the Freedom Party… Read more »

Representative of AWPL-ZChR deputy director of the Wisagini self-government administration

Julija Svidėnienė, AWPL-ZChR representative, became the deputy director of the Wisaginia self-government administration. The city council made this decision by a majority of votes. 24 councilors took part in the… Read more »

Montvydaitė’s Second Term as Director of the Department of National Minorities

Ms. Vida Montvydaitė will head the Department of National Minorities to the Government of the Republic of Lithuania over the next four years.  The government is scheduled to confirm her… Read more »

Trakai: Polish Flag in Secondary School attacked

An article titled “Trys valstybinės vėliavos” (Three state flags, TN) was published on June 21st in the “Trakų žemė” newspaper. Its author, Dobilas Kirvelis, was outraged that a white-and-red flag… Read more »

The Comeback of Polish Schools to Antakalnis

The relocation of “Lelewel” (Joachim Lelewel High School in Vilnius, TN) from Antakalnis in 2015, has stirred up many protests. The parents of younger children felt especially affected since their… Read more »

Schools of national minorities. Better Lithuanian examination scores

Even though this year the Lithuanian language test results for 10th– grade pupils are higher than last year, in case of both Lithuanian and national minorities’ schools, in the latter case,… Read more »

Lewandowska: No Polishness Without a Decision

Polish education in Lithuania has survived even the Stalinist era. During that time, Poles fought for the existence of Polish schools heedless of the great danger of exposing their point… Read more »

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