Open Talk About Menopause in the Kulczyk Foundation’s Report

Although 70% of Polish women consider menopause an important time in a woman’s life, as many as 93% of respondents are unable to define it correctly, according to a report commissioned by the Kulczyk Foundation and presented on 2 September by Dominika Kulczyk at the Congress of Women in Poznań. The study is the first of its kind in Poland.


Apocalyptic times from a woman’s perspective. Kulczyk Foundation supports remembrance of the Warsaw Uprising

Heroic resistance against the German invader, but also the nightmare of everyday life during the war, are the experiences of women portrayed in the exhibition titled ‘Podróż bohaterek’ [‘The Journey of Heroines’] whose opening will take place on August 2 at the Warsaw Rising Museum. The exhibition is partnered by the Kulczyk Foundation.


We would like to announce the launch of Sestry, the first international online magazine for women from Ukraine

A new magazine dedicated to and for women is coming soon to Poland’s media landscape. The project is unique in that it will be the first international online magazine for Ukrainian women.


RównoWaga, or Gender Balance at Work. Female-Friendly Company of the Year Competition

The Kulczyk Foundation, the Congress of Women Association, and the Polish Confederation Lewiatan invite entries to a competition designed especially for employers. In this contest, there is much more to be won than awards and the prestige that goes with them. This is also an opportunity to develop new, better standards for Poland’s labour market.