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23Mar2021

On-line event with Prof. Barbara Engelking

The Australian Institute of Polish Affairs (AIPA) invites you to a meeting with Professor Barbara Engelking from the Centre for Holocaust Research at the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences, and co-author of the book " Night without End: The Fate of Jews in Selected Counties of Occupied Poland", which […]
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18Feb2021

Suppressing truth

Statement by the Australian Institute of Polish Affairs In view of the recently concluded trial in Poland of two Holocaust historians: Prof. Barbara Engelking and Prof. Jan Grabowski, as well as the prosecutorial investigation into articles written by Polish journalist Katarzyna Markusz, the Australian Institute of Polish Affairs would like to make the following statement: […]
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29Jan2021

The Order of Australia for Wanda Horky

Congratulations to Mrs Wanda Horky (a member of AIPA and Secretary 2017-2019) who has been awarded of Medal (OAM) of the Order of Australia on 26 January 2021, for service to the Polish community in Australia. MEDAL (OAM) OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA IN THE GENERAL DIVISION Mrs Wanda HORKY, Dunlop ACT 2615 For service […]
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04Jan2021

AIPA open letter published in Gazeta Wyborcza

On 3 January 2021, Gazeta Wyborcza published the letter of support from AIPA for Mr. Miroslaw Chojecki, an important opposition activist in communist Poland, after the Institute of Polish Remembrance (IPN) rejected the proposal to acknowledge his 'opposition activist' status. The link to the publication is here: Link to Wyborcza.pl
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02Jan2021

Vale Mrs Barbara Williams

The Australian Institute of Polish Affairs is saddened to inform of the passing of Barbara Williams. Barbara has been a long-standing and active member of the AIPA. She and her late husband John were instrumental in facilitating access of AIPA to the Armagh facilities in Toorak, where most of our important functions have been held. […]
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