Events

10Nov2013

Newsletter November 2013

AIPA Key Events 30/11/2011 - 2/10/2013 - 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.
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10Nov2013

Annual General Meeting

The Australian Institute of Polish Affairs ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING SATURDAY, 23rd November 2013 Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Australian Institute of Polish Affairs Inc.will be held at Armagh, 226 Kooyong Rd, Toorak. Victoria on Saturday, 23 November 2013, commencing at 3.00pm in the first instance or at 3.15pm, to […]
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14May2013

Professor Pawel Spiewak, prominent writer and public intellectual, winner of the 2013 Josef Tischner Prize

The Australian Institute of Polish Affairs (AIPA) together with Monash University's Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation and Australian Society of Polish Jews and Their Descendants invite you to Public Lectures by Professor Pawel Spiewak, prominent Polish Writer and Public intellectual, winner of the 2013 Josef Tischner Prize. Professor Pawel Spiewak will give two public lectures […]
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07Apr2013

The Promise of Diversity

Former Prime Minister of Australia the Right Honorable Malcolm Fraser launches the book about Jerzy Zubrzycki "The Promise of Diversity" at the Australian Institute of Polish Affairs function.
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06Mar2013

The Inaugural Andrzej Ehrenkreutz Lecture: "Is Polish Democracy under Threat"

Australian Institute of Polish Affairs would like to invite you to a lecture "Is Polish Democracy under Threat" by the writer and diplomat Jerzy Surdykowski. This is the first Inaugural Andrzej Ehrenkreutz lecture established in honour of AIPA founder, Professor Andrew Ehrenkreutz. WHEN: SATURDAY 23 MARCH 2013, 5PM WHERE: ARMARGH, 26 KOOYONG ROAD, TOORAK DONATION: […]
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