Ada Petriczko

NewsMavens, Poland

ada.petriczko@agora.pl

Journalist at "Wysokie Obcasy" magazine and NewsMavens editor.

Ada Petriczko
Her work appeared in the largest Polish newspapers and magazines such as "Gazeta Wyborcza", "Duzy Format" and "Elle". She writes about global social issues, women's rights, culture and cuisine.

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LGBT Poles targeted by ruling party - NewsMavens
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20 Mar 2019
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Is Poland ready for Spring?  - NewsMavens
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20 Feb 2019
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Body shaming as a tool to raise awareness? No, thanks - NewsMavens
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Polish wild boars sentenced to death - NewsMavens
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Map of child abuse in the Church released in Poland - NewsMavens
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5 Jan 2019, 3 Jan 2019
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Polish government to introduce minimal pensions for full-time mothers - NewsMavens
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COP24: gridlock, doubts and greenwashing - NewsMavens
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How a Polish doctor helped thousands of children suffering from lead poisoning - NewsMavens
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Polish government forced to loosen grip on Supreme Court  - NewsMavens
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Corruption scandal electrifies Polish politics - NewsMavens
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24 Nov 2018, 23 Nov 2018
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#MeToo moment in Polish sports - NewsMavens
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8 Nov 2018
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Are local elections in Poland a harbinger of change? - NewsMavens
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Ultra-conservative journalist calls child abuse victim a prostitute - NewsMavens
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Who was behind the Female Blackout? - NewsMavens
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6 Oct 2018, 4 Oct 2018
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Polish scientist discovers new way to turn sunlight into fuel - NewsMavens
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Catholic church held accountable in revolutionary abuse case - NewsMavens
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When physical violence is nothing but an expression of discontent - NewsMavens
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Polish para-athletes -- Loads of medals, little coverage - NewsMavens
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How a Polish activist created the Civil March for Aleppo - NewsMavens
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In a new reality show, Poles will play refugees - NewsMavens
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