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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. He will discuss his most recent book titled: Gomora about the power, money and fear in the Polish Catholic Church. He discuss […]
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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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13Oct2021

AIPA JOINS THE PROTESTS ON THE RULING OF THE CURRENT CONSTITUTIONAL TRIBUNAL IN POLAND

The Australian Institute of Polish Affairs (AIPA) joins the nationwide protests held in Poland following the ruling of the current Constitutional Tribunal's decision of 7/10/2021 which could result in dire consequences for Poland’s membership in the European Union (EU). We protest against the ruling of the Tribunal which, under the leadership of PiS party loyalist, […]
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31Aug2021

Challenging nationalist extremism in Poland - recording now available

Prof. Rafal Pankowski presentation on 9 September 2021 Organised by the Australian Institute of Polish Affairs (AIPA) and the European Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand (ESAANZ), we cordially invite you to a presentation by Prof. Rafal Pankowski, a co-founder of Poland’s leading anti-racist organization ‘NEVER AGAIN’. The mission of the ‘NEVER AGAIN’ Association […]
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25Aug2021

Strzelecki - podróżnik - naukowiec – filantrop

Dzięki inicjatywie Kościuszko-Heritage, ukazał się polski przekład książki Lecha Paszkowskiego o PE Strzeleckim. AIPA była organizatorem promocji wydanej w języku angielskim, pierwotnej wersji książki Paszkowskiego o Strzeleckim. Miało to miejsce w 1997 roku w Melbourne. Impreza promocyjna, która ściągnęła do naszej sali w Toorak czołowe osobistości wielokulturowego Melbourne, została zaszczycona obecnością ówczesnego federalnego ministra ds […]
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