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14Apr2016

Panel Discussion on Polish-Jewish Relations

Adam Warzel, President of AIPA participates in the Panel Discussion on Polish-Jewish Relations,                    organised by the Jewish Museum of Australia as part of the exhibition "Can We Talk About Poland".
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22Feb2016

PUBLIC LECTURE BY PROF. JAN PAKULSKI. Is Democracy in Poland in Danger?

Public lecture by Prof. Jan Pakulski Is Democracy in Poland in Danger? Co-presented with Sydney Ideas and the Sydney Democracy Network A recent series of controversial moves by the new Polish Government, especially the weakening of the Constitutional Tribunal and subjecting the public media to ministerial appointments and supervision, have triggered mass protests in Poland […]
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22Feb2016

CAN WE TALK ABOUT POLAND?

CAN WE TALK ABOUT POLAND? His Excellency Mr Paweł Milewski, the Ambassador of the Republic of Poland will officially launch Can we talk about Poland? at 3pm. This will be followed by a conversation between Arnold Zable, Lindsay Goldberg and Emmanuel Santos. Popular Yiddish singer, Freydi Mrocki will also perform at this special occasion. Official launch is […]
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22Nov2015

Order of Merit for AIPA Vice - President

Dear AIPA Members and Friends,   We are very proud to share the news that Mr Marek Burdajewicz past Vice-President and a long time member of our Institute, has been awarded Knight's Cross of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Poland (Krzyz Kawalerski Orderu Zaslugi RP). The Award Ceremony took place last Thursday, […]
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26May2015

Vale Wladyslaw Bartoszewski (1922 – 2015)

Dear Friends, Just in case you have missed it, this is a link for the Vale interview with Adam Warzel (last week) and the copy of the interview with Prof Bartoszewski made during his visit to Australia – in the 1990s – as the Guest of the Australian Institute of Polish Affairs. http://www.sbs.com.au/podcasts/yourlanguage/polish/episode/407891/Prof.-W-.-Bartoszewski
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