Publications

14Aug2022

Webinar with Professor Martin Krygier: Populism and the Rule of Law – in the world and in Warsaw.

Dear Friends, The recording of the AIPA webinar with the prominent expert on constitutional law, Professor Martin Krygier, "Populism and the Rule of Law – in the world and in Warsaw" is now available. Please see the details on the attached flyer - the link to the recording of the webinar is here.
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24Feb2022

AIPA Board Stands with Ukraine

A number of AIPA members have attended recent rallies in Melbourne, Sydney and Hobart in support of Ukraine.  The Australian Institute of Polish Affairs stands in solidarity with the Ukrainian people and the Ukrainian state, so brutally attacked by Russia.  We unequivocally condemn the Russian invasion of Ukraine and call for the harshest possible sanctions to be imposed […]
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07Feb2022

SBS interview with the new President of AIPA

Dr Alexandra Dunwill was interviewed by radio SBS to talk about AIPA's achievements, new challenges, and plans for the future. The link to the interview (in Polish) is here.
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16Jan2022

Review: Fenomen Australijskiego Instytutu Spraw Polskich

Dear AIPA Members and Supporters, Below is a review of the recently published book about AIPA titled 'Fenomen Australijskiego Instytutu Spraw Polskich. Przyklad aktywnosci obywatelskiej polskiej inteligencji w Australii po 1989 roku'. The review below was written by Adam Warzel, a founding member and President, in 2005-2009 and 2015-2017. Fenomen Australijskiego Instytutu Spraw Polskich Zofii […]
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14Dec2021

President's welcome address

Dear AIPA Members and Supporters. Dear Friends, I want to take this opportunity to introduce myself as the new President of AIPA elected last November 2021.  I am highly honoured to be entrusted with this role. It is a rewarding but also very challenging responsibility.  I would like to thank our past President, Associate Professor […]
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