Election of New Executive Committee 2019- 2021

During our last AGM a new executive committee was elected. The list of current office holders may also be seen under the tab: ABOUT AIPA - Organisation. The current committee consists of:     EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 2019-2021 President Dr. MALGORZATA KLATT (VIC) Vice-President Prof. JAN PAKULSKI (TAS) Vice-President  ALEKSANDER GANCARZ (ACT) Treasurer ALEXANDRA DUNWILL (VIC) […]

POLAND AFTER PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS - Join us for a lecture and discussion

Is Poland going to remain a democracy?  AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF POLISH AFFAIRS cordially invites you to a lecture by PROF. JAN PAKULSKI POLAND AFTER PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS Followed by discussion Date: Sunday,  24 November 2019 Time: 4pm Venue: Armagh, 226 Kooyong Rd. Toorak  Entry: $20 Jan Pakulski, PhD (ANU), is a Professor Emeritus at the University of Tasmania and Fellow of […]

The Polish Missionaries - a documentary made by Simon Target

Dear AIPA Friends, We would like to inform you that this Sunday, 4th August on ABC TV at 6.30pm there will be a screening of the 30 minute version of THE POLISH MISSIONARIES, a documentary made by Simon Target. Simon Target is a member of our Institute. For more details click the link below:

POWROTY - Music and Poetry Event

AIPA proudly supports the fabulous local talents. Come to performance at Armagh House , 226 Kooyong Road, Toorak, Sunday 24 March at 4.00pm for a heart warming music and poetry event.   POWROTY Koncert - Oryginalne utwory Występują Marta Kaczmarek, Alicja Syrek, Roman Syrek Piosenki i wiersze Marty. Chwytające za serce aranżacje na akordeon, skrzypce, […]

Lecture by Dr Katarzyna Jagodzinska

Dr Katarzyna Jagodzińska's visit to Australia has been organised jointly by the Australian Institute of Polish Affairs, and the Australian Institute of Art History, the University of Melbourne. Dr Katarzyna Jagodzińska is an Assistant Professor at the Institute of European Studies, Jagiellonian University in Kraków (Poland), and Chief Specialist at the Research Institute of European […]
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