The Centre for East European Studies of the University of Warsaw (STUDIUM EUROPY WSCHODNIEJ UW) is organising the Warsaw East European Conference, Eleventh Annual Session, to be held in Warsaw, July 10th-14th, 2014.
Join private and public sector energy policy experts from Poland, Germany and the European Commission for a one-day event to discuss renewable energy in contemporary Poland on March 27th in Warsaw at the Intercontinental hotel.
The International Cultural Centre will sponsor an extra fellowship for a young researcher from Ukraine within the framework of the Thesaurus Poloniae programme.
Unquestionably, the world's attention hasn't been attuned to Ukraine this much in a full decade, since the Orange Revolution of 2004. New Eastern Europe, the Royal Castle in Warsaw and the PEN Clubs of Poland and Ukraine are proud to invite our readers to a lecture by one of our regular contributors and member of our editorial board, Member of the European Parliament Paweł Kowal, an expert on Ukrainian politics.