President’s Report and list of Key Events 2022

Dear AIPA Members,I am happy to report that the last eleven months following our AGM in November 2021 were veryfruitful. Firstly, we conducted a thorough revision of our members’ register. This meant collecting andreviewing information from all members and correcting any inaccuracies in the register. Physicaladdresses, emails, names, and titles have all been updated. We […]

Złoty czas dla polskiej dyplomacji - artykuł

Andrzej Jaroszyński, a former Polish Ambassador to Australia, has been interviewed in the Gazeta Wyborcza. The text in Polish is available here.

A Pandemic of Populists - recording of the webinar with Professor Sadurski.

Dear AIPA Members and Friends, You are invited to the AIPA webinar, A Pandemic of Populists: On the Populist Threat to Constitutional Democracy, with the prominent and, to some, controversial expert on constitutional law, Professor Wojciech Sadurski.  The recording of the webinar that took place on Thursday, 6th October is now available on the AIPA YouTube chanel. Following […]

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.

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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