What is driving young women to join radical groups in Poland?
Europe has seen a resurgence of the far-right in recent years, and Poland has been no exception.
The groups associated with racism, anti-Semitism and violence have been traditionally staffed by young men, but now more women are increasingly joining the movement.
The Guardian has gained access to the National Radical Camp group—one of the more extreme in the National Movement alliance—and follows 19-year-old Paulina, who is fast becoming a new face of the Polish far-right.
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