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Magdalena Biejat

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Leader Magdalena Biejat from 2022 Leaders Europe.

Member of Parliament, Lower Chamber of Polish Parliament


Magdalena Agnieszka Biejat is an elected member of the Razem (Together) Party in the Polish Parliament, which is rooted in social democratic values and believes in equal opportunities for all. She serves on the Committee of Work, Family, and Social Policy and is the vice-chair of the Left Coalition. Magdalena advocates for trade unions and workers' organizations, as well as women's reproductive rights. She has led efforts to repeal Poland's abortion ban, and has been recognized for her LGBTQ+ advocacy activities. Magdalena is passionate about social justice and believes it is central to solving today’s most significant challenges.

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