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04Nov2017

Przemówienie Prezesa Instytutu Adama Warzela na V Kongresie Polskich Towarzystw Naukowych w Świecie, Kraków 17 – 21 października 2017

Zanim przejdę do omówienia działalności Australijskiego Instytutu Spraw Polskich, chciałbym pokrótce omówić historyczny kontekst w jakim działa Instytut i przekazać Państwu nieco informacji na temat samej Australii i Polonii Australijskiej. Australia Jeśli miałbym wymienić jedną cechę, która szczególnie dobitnie definiuje polityczno-społeczny obraz Australii, byłaby to planowa polityka imigracyjna, którą rząd australijski prowadzi systematycznie od 1945 […]
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16Oct2017

Janusz Makuch in Australia

AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF POLISH AFFAIRS cordially invites you to a meeting with JANUSZ MAKUCH DIRECTOR Kraków Jewish Festival of Culture Date: Saturday, 11 November 2017Time: 5pm Venue: Armagh, 226 Kooyong Rd. Toorak Entry: $15 Janusz Makuch is the director and co-founder of the Jewish Festival of Culture in Cracow, one of the biggest events of […]
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02Mar2017

Prominent expert to speak on international security - 29 March

Are we going to see new Yalta-type agreements dividing the world into separate spheres of influence? AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF POLISH AFFAIRS cordially invites you to a lecture by the former Vice President of the European Parliament JANUSZ ONYSZKIEWICZ International Security and Power Relations Today- Emerging Threats  Date:             Wednesday, 29 March 2017 Time:                        7pm Venue:          Armagh, […]
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02Mar2017
18Feb2017

AIPA 25th Anniversary in Melbourne

The Australian Institute of Polish Affairs (AIPA) has celebrated its 25th anniversary. On 1 February, over 80 guests gathered at the premises of Sandringham Yacht Club, to mark this important occasion. Among the guests were the Ambassador of Poland to Australia, Paweł Milewski and the CEO of Melbourne Cinematheque, Michael Koller, both of whom spoke during […]
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