Forcing religion education
As research shows, the subject of religious education is taught in every school in Poland. This begins in primary school and finishes in college. In some schools, which are more liberal, you are given an option to choose between religion or ethics subjects, but most schools force religion as a subject. In Poland, there is a Catholic tradition that a child should get baptised, who then automatically listed in the church books. A person is then always treated as a Catholic, which causes a problem if a person wishes to subsequently change their religion. In Poland, the Church occupies a high exalted position and its relationship with the current government opens many questions.