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14Aug2022

24 August - Webinar with Professor Martin Krygier: Populism and the Rule of Law – in the world and in Warsaw.

Dear Friends, Please save the date for the upcoming AIPA webinar with the prominent expert on constitutional law, Professor Martin Krygier, "Populism and the Rule of Law – in the world and in Warsaw". Please see the details on the attached flyer. The event is free, but we would like you to register on Eventbrite […]
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25Jul2022

How to donate to aid Ukrainian museums?

To donate to the Polish museum associations cited in the Webinar which are directly aiding Ukrainian museums & museum workers please go to:  1. Committee for Ukrainian Museums (Komitet Pomocy Muzeom Ukrainy)The Warsaw Rising Museum (Muzeum Powstania Warszawskiego) The website link in the English language is here as well as w języku polskim tutaj. Join […]
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25Jul2022

Pomoc Muzeum Ukrainy - wywiad w radio SBS

Joanna Lang, członkini AIPA, konserwatorka dzieł sztuki, związana z Muzeum Powstania Warszawskiego oraz Muzeum Historii Polonii Australijskiej opowiada o webinarium poświęconym pomocy Muzeum Ukrainy w wywiadzie Dariusza Buchowieckiego w radio SBS. Pierwsz część wywadu jest dostępna tutaj. Druga część wywiadu jest dostępna pod drugim linkiem tutaj. Przypominamy numery kont na które moż wpłacać darowizny na […]
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19Jul2022

'Ask No Questions' by Eva Collins - the book launch

AIPA members Irena Zdanowicz, Zofia and Jan Pakulski, Alexandra and Julian Dunwill attended a book launch of AIPA’s long-standing member Eva Collins. The launch was MC’ed by Rosie Lew, AM, a philanthropist supporting education, medical research, and the arts. She has been involved with the Peter MacCallum Cancer Institute since 1991 and was instrumental in […]
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30Jun2022

Polish Aid to Ukrainian Museums and National Heritage Amid Russia’s Invasion

The Australian Institute of Polish Affairs (AIPA)invites you to watch a recorded Webinar. The recording is now available on AIPA YouTube channel here. Many countries are helping Ukraine protect its museum collections and conserve its National Heritage that is threatened, or has been damaged, and destroyed  by Russia’s devastating war.From the very first days of […]
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