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04
Jan

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: https://wyborcza.pl/7,162657,26655147,wsparcie-dla-chojeckiego-plynie-takze-z-australii.html

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12
Jan

100th Birthday Anniversary of Prof. Jerzy Zubrzycki, the Father of Australian Multiculturalism

Jerzy (George) Zubrzycki – a centenary reminiscence Author: Jan Pakulski, MA, PhD, ASSA Jerzy (George) Zubrzycki, AO, CBE (military), who was born in Cracow, Poland, in January 1920 and died in Canberra in May 2009, was among the most prominent Australian scholars, public intellectuals and government advisors, and was known as the “father of Australian […]

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25
Nov

Poland after parliamentary elections. Paper by prof. Jan Pakulski

Please click the link below to download the paper  Poland after 2019 elections. pdf

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08
Dec

PRESIDENT’S REPORT. ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF AIPA, 28 NOVEMBER 2017

PRESIDENT’S REPORT ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF AIPA, 28 NOVEMBER 2017 There is no doubt that fifteen months that have passed since the last Annual General Meeting in August 2016, was the period of particularly intensive work for our Institute. Perhaps its intensity had a lot to do with the breadth of activities undertaken by AIPA […]

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18
Feb

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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