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Simon Target's documentary, Masha and Valentyna, at the Parliament House in Canberra, 31 July 2023.

Dear friends, I flew to Canberra for a very special event at the Parliament building - the screening of Simon Target's documentary "Masha and Valentyna". The event was introduced by the member for Bean, Mr David Smith, MP. and attended by prominent members of the Ukrainian, Polish and Australian communities, including Ms Agata Utnicka, Chargé […]

Meeting with Polish Sociologists

AIPA members in Melbourne had the pleasure of meeting with Polish sociologists who came to Australia to participate in the XX ISA Congress of Sociology. Our guests were Professor Piotr Kulas and Professor Tomasz Zarycki from the University of Warsaw, Dr Tomasz Zając from the University of Queensland, Mr Marek Rohr-Garztecki from the Collegium Civitas, […]

World Congress of Sociology - meet the Polish speakers (1 July, 4.00pm)

Some of you may be aware that this year Melbourne is hosting an international sociology conference - XX ISA World Congress of Sociology.1 The conference theme is Resurgent Authoritarianism; Sociology of New Entanglements of Religions, Politics, and Economies. For non-academic audiences it is not easy to attend events such as this. They are scheduled during […]

Upcoming AIPA events in Sydney

Dear members and supporters of the Australian Institute of Polish Affairs, This is a brief announcement of upcoming events in Sydney. Thursday 27 April We are delighted to invite you and your friends to hear from our special guest, Professor Jan Kozłowski from the Jagiellonian University.  Climate change policies: decarbonisation from Australian, Polish, and global perspectives. Professor Jan […]

AIPA special event - Melbourne (21 March)

Dear AIPA Members, If you are in Melbourne on the day, we are delighted to invite you and your friends to hear from our special guest, Professor Jan Kozłowski from Jagiellonian University.  Professor Jan Kozłowski will compare the current renewable energy policies in Poland and Australia in the context of the global climate crisis. He will […]
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