Events

02May2022

Zygmunt Sieradzki - the evening with poetry

In Sydney and Melbourne, AIPA has organized the events with both a social and a cultural focus. The guest of honour was a film producer, the author, and poet, Mr Zygmunt Sieradzki. He talked about his recently published poetry book, Accidental Kameleon (not a spelling mistake), and a documentary about his mother Wanda Sieradzka was […]
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17Apr2022

Happy Easter

Dear Members and Friends, On behalf of the AIPA Board, I wish you a happy, safe, and peaceful Easter, Passover, or just Happy Holidays. May this time be filled with joy, hope, peace, and love. Let's hope that this Easter will be a harbinger of the rebirth of peace in the world and hope for […]
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13Apr2022

AIPA donates to Ukraine

Dear Members of AIPA, I am pleased to inform you that at the AIPA Board meeting of 8 April it was decided unanimously that we should make a donation in support of humanitarian aid to the Ukraine Crisis Appeal. We have therefore donated $5000 to the appeal through: https://www.ozeukes.com/ukraine-crisis-appeal/. I have written to Mr Kohut, President […]
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26Mar2022

Paulina Olszanka on grassroots response to the refugees in Poland

AIPA organised a zoom webinar on Saturday 26 March at 7.00 pm Melbourne time, (9.00 am in Warsaw) with the Polish-Australian journalist Paulina Olszanka, who is originally from Melbourne. Paulina Olszanka has written for the Guardian, the Fairfax Media, the Economist, and is a regular contributor to The Times in the UK. With a background in anthropology and sociology, she focuses mainly […]
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24Feb2022

AIPA Board Stands with Ukraine

A number of AIPA members have attended recent rallies in Melbourne, Sydney and Hobart in support of Ukraine.  The Australian Institute of Polish Affairs stands in solidarity with the Ukrainian people and the Ukrainian state, so brutally attacked by Russia.  We unequivocally condemn the Russian invasion of Ukraine and call for the harshest possible sanctions to be imposed […]
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