AIPA interview with SBS Radio regarding the publication by the Department of Immigration

Prof. Gosia Klatt, the AIPA President, has been interviewed by the SBS Radio (Polish section) on the controversial publication of the History of the Department of Immigration on Sunday 17 October 2021. The interview can be accessed here in Polish language. The interview follows the letter of complaint forwarded to the Hon Alex Hawke, the […]

AIPA Open Letter published in Gazeta Wyborcza

On 13 October 2021, the most influential Polish daily, Gazeta Wyborcza, published our open letter on the ruling of the current Constitutional Tribunal in Poland. The link to the publication is here.

Edukacja oparta na dowodach – głos z Australii

Artykuł ukazał się na łamach Gazety Wyborczej 2 marca 2021 “Jesteś znudzony czytaniem i wsłuchiwaniem się w wykłady? – studiuj na uniwersytecie Swinburne gdzie interaktywne ćwiczenia, nagrania wideo i podkasty to podstawa nauki” – to przekaz reklamy głównego sponsora trwającego właśnie turnieju tenisowego Australian Open, oglądanego przez miliony Australijczyków. Jest to doskonały przykład efektów przetaczającej […]

Suppressing truth

Statement by the Australian Institute of Polish Affairs In view of the recently concluded trial in Poland of two Holocaust historians: Prof. Barbara Engelking and Prof. Jan Grabowski, as well as the prosecutorial investigation into articles written by Polish journalist Katarzyna Markusz, the Australian Institute of Polish Affairs would like to make the following statement: […]

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: Link to
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