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New AIPA Guest Dr Andrzej Rzonca

AUSTRALIJSKI INSTYTUT SPRAW POLSKICH zaprasza na wykład przewodniczącego Towarzystwa Ekonomistów Polskich Dr ANDRZEJA RZOŃCY Perspektywy Wzrostu Gospodarki Polskiej Data:               Sobota, 5 listopada 2016 , 4 po poł. Adres:             Armagh, 226 Kooyong Rd. Toorak  Wstęp:                        $15  Dr hab. Andrzej Rzońca, jest przewodniczącym Towarzystwa Ekonomistów Polskich oraz wykładowcą w Szkole Głównej Handlowej (SGH) w Warszawie. Jest […]

Panel Discussion "Jews and Poles - Unfinished Business"

Adam Warzel, President of AIPA, participates in the Panel Discussion on "Jews and Poles - Unfinished Business", as part of the 2016 Limmud Oz - Jewish Festival of Ideas, Melbourne.

Public Lecture by His Excellency Pawel Milewski

  THE AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF POLISH AFFAIRS cordially invites you to a lecture by His Excellency PAWEŁ MILEWSKI POLAND’S AMBASSADOR TO AUSTRALIA Polish-Australian Relations: Like-minded Partners in Challenging Times   Date:               Wednesday, 27 April 2016 Time:              6.30pm Venue:           Armagh, 226 Kooyong Rd. Toorak   Paweł Milewski has been Ambassador of the Republic of Poland to the […]

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".

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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