Australian Institute of Polish Affairs

POLAND AFTER PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS – Join us for a lecture and discussion

Is Poland going to remain a democracy?


cordially invites you to a lecture by



Followed by discussion

Date: Sunday,  24 November 2019

Time: 4pm

Venue: Armagh, 226 Kooyong Rd. Toorak 

Entry: $20

Jan Pakulski, PhD (ANU), is a Professor Emeritus at the University of Tasmania and Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, Affiliate at Stanford Center for Poverty and Inequality, and staff member in Collegium Civitas (Warsaw).  Author-editor of 12 books and over 120 scholarly articles on political elites, democratisation, multiculturalism, post-communism, social movements and social inequality. Some of his recent books include Violence and the State (co-edited and co-written with Matt Killingsworth and Matthew Sussex, MUP 2015) and Visegrad Countries in Crisis (edited, Res Publica 2017). He is also the Director of the Polcul Foundation and Vice-President of AIPA.

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