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30Nov2021

Election of New AIPA BOARD 2021- 2023

November , 2021 During our last AGM a new AIPA Board was elected. The list of current office holders may also be seen on AIPA website under the tab: ABOUT AIPA – Our People. The current Board consists of: President - Dr Alexandra Margaret Dunwill (VIC) Vice-President - Prof. Jan Pakulski (TAS) Treasurer – Prof. […]
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15Nov2021

CENTENARY OF THE BIRTH OF PROF. ANDRZEJ EHRENKREUTZ

b. 19 December 1921 – d. 6 April 2008 A stalwart of Polish political life in exile, a tireless champion for Poland’s freedom and independence, and co-founder of AIPA, the late Andrzej Ehrenkreutz, was born one hundred years ago. Ehrenkreutz was born in Warsaw in December 1921 but his family soon moved to Vilnius where […]
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10Nov2021

AIPA event with Radek Sikorski - recording available

The Australian Institute of Polish Affairs (AIPA) is excited to host a distinguished politician and author, a Member of the European Parliament, and Poland’s former Minister of Foreign Affairs Radosław Sikorski in an on-line event that explores Poland’s contestation of the EU rules, as well as political consequences of this contestation. The ruling of the […]
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20Oct2021

Can We Save the Catholic Church? - lecture by S.Obirek

The Australian Institute of Polish Affairs (AIPA) is pleased to invite to a lecture titled: Can We Save the Catholic Church? by Stanislaw Obirek, a culture anthropologist, is a professor at Warsaw University. The recording is here He will discuss his most recent book titled: Gomora about the power, money and fear in the Polish […]
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18Oct2021

AIPA interview with SBS Radio regarding the publication by the Department of Immigration

Prof. Gosia Klatt, the AIPA President, has been interviewed by the SBS Radio (Polish section) on the controversial publication of the History of the Department of Immigration on Sunday 17 October 2021. The interview can be accessed here in Polish language. The interview follows the letter of complaint forwarded to the Hon Alex Hawke, the […]
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