26
May

Vale Wladyslaw Bartoszewski (1922 – 2015)

Dear Friends, Just in case you have missed it, this is a link for the Vale interview with Adam Warzel (last week) and the copy of the interview with Prof Bartoszewski made during his visit to Australia – in the 1990s – as the Guest of the Australian Institute of Polish Affairs. http://www.sbs.com.au/podcasts/yourlanguage/polish/episode/407891/Prof.-W-.-Bartoszewski

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12
Mar

MEET THE THE POLCUL FOUNDATION

The Australian Institute of Polish Affairs  cordially invites you to a meeting with THE POLCUL FOUNDATION  an organisation dedicated to supporting development of civic society in Poland. The evening will consist of a panel presentation and screening of collage of two Polish documentaries illustrating activities of Polcul. The panel will include members of the Board […]

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25
Jan

AIPA Key Events 2014

AIPA Key Events 01/11/2013 – 11/11/2014 a list of events and activities that have either been initiated by AIPA, or with which the Institute has been involved in other ways, both in Australia and in Poland. 31 /01/2014 Hobart. AIPA President, Prof. Jan Pakulski wrote letters to the German Ambassador to Australia and the Chair […]

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25
Jan

20th Anniversary of AIPA Booklet

The Australian Institute of Polish Affairs celebrated its 20th Anniversary in 2011. From the very beginning the Institute formed a new modern Polish-Australian lobby focusing above all on publicising in Australia the spectacular achievements of Polish post-communist transformation. To celebrate the two decades of its existence AIPA published the special commemorating booklet. You may download […]

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23
Oct

AIPA next guest, professor Andrzej RYCHARD.

Dear AIPA Members and Friends, Please save the date, Sunday 9th November, 2014 to come to see our next guest, Professor Andrzej RYCHARD, the distinguished sociologist and expert on Polish post-communist transformation. Date and Time: Sunday, 9th November, 4.00 pm “Polish Transformation: Towards Market, Democracy and Social Pluralism. Lessons for Others?” Venue: Armagh House, 226 […]

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