Events

30Nov2012

ABC Radio National's 'Encounter' broadcast of the recently held symposium 'Why Poland?'

ABC Radio National’s Encounter will be broadcasting a symposium recently held in Melbourne titled ‘Why Poland?: Facing the Demons of Polish-Jewish History’ on Saturday 1 December at 5pm (repeat Wednesday 5 December at 1pm) - http://abc.net.au/radionational/programs/encounter/why-poland3f/4386328 The symposium, presented by The Australian Institute of Polish Affairs and The Australian Society of Polish Jews and Their […]
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12Nov2012

Henryk Slawik Award 2012

Nagroda im. Henryka Sławika jest przyznawana co roku przez Stowarzyszenie Żydów Polskich i Ich Potomków za szczególny wklad w sprawę porozumienia między narodami polskim i żydowskim. W tym roku laureatkami tej nagrody zostały Krystyna Duszniak i Lucyna Artymiuk z Melbourne. Nagroda jest dedykowana pamięci wielkiego człowieka jakim był Henryk Sławik, polski dyplomata, polityk i humanista, […]
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06Oct2012

WHY POLAND? Symposium: Facing the Demons of Polish-Jewish History

The Australian Institute of Polish Affairs and The Australian Society of Polish Jews and Their Descendants invite you to the symposium on: WHY POLAND? Facing the Demons of Polish-Jewish History The Keynote Address: “Lifting the Burden of the Past” by Professor Martin Krygier Martin Krygier is Gordon Samuels Professor of Law and Social Theory at […]
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06Oct2012

PUMA MEDIA PRESENTS POLISH FILM FESTIVAL

PUMA MEDIA PRESENTS: Festival of Polish Films 2012: Melbourne 11th- 21st October, Canberra 18th- 20th October, Sydney 19th - 28th October. This will be a celebration of the best of Polish cinema and offer a rare opportunity to interact with the actors and the filmakers themselves. Special guests include acclaimed director Krzysztof Zanussi, and the […]
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08Sep2012

WHAT I READ TO THE DEAD - an afternoon of poetry and music

The recital is organised in cooperation with the Jewish Holocaust Centre and is a commemoration of the poetry of Wladyslaw Szlengel, widely recognised as the poet of the Holocaust and an important chronicler of the everyday life and final tragedy of the Warsaw Ghetto. It will feature the popular music of the era.
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