Events

27Feb2012

Hon Michael Danby about AIPA - speech in Parliament of Australia

Mr DANBY (Melbourne Ports) (21:55): On Saturday night, despite all of the political events that were happening inside government, I had the pleasure of being the guest of honour at the 20th anniversary dinner of the Australian Institute of Polish Affairs at the beautiful Windsor Hotel in Melbourne. I would like to congratulate that wonderful organisation […]
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12Feb2012

AIPA 20th Anniversary Dinner

You are cordially invited to The Australian Institute of Polish Affairs' 20th Anniversary Dinner, Saturday 25th February 2012, 6:45pm for 7pm
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23Nov2011

Symposium on Migration and Multiculturalism Today

Invitation to Symposium on Migration and Multiculturalism Today: Australian and European Perspectives co-sponsored and co-organised by the Embassy of the Republic of Poland Monash European and EU Centre (MEEUC) Australian Institute of Polish Affairs (AIPA) at Monash Caufield Campus, Theatre H235, Wednesday 30 November 2011, 9am – 3pm We would be delighted if you could […]
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02Oct2011

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

The Australian Institute of Polish Affairs ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING SATURDAY, 22nd OCTOBER 2011 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, 22 October 2011, commencing at 11.30am in the first instance, or at 11.45 […]
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02Jul2011

Relacja z koncertu z okazji Roku Czesława Miłosza

  Australijski Instytut Spraw Polskich uczcił rok Czesława Miłosza organizując 18 czerwca 2011 r. koncert poetycko-muzyczny w Melbourne w siedzibie Armagh. Licznie zebranych członków Instytutu, gości włącznie z Konsulem Honorowym RP z małżonka oraz artystów powitał prezes AIPA, prof. Jan Pakulski. W dwugodzinnym programie usłyszeliśmy osiem wierszy Miłosza poczynając od napisanego w 1944 r „Campo […]
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