Lecture: How to understand eastern Ukraine

zaproszenie 13.05New Eastern Europe, the Royal Castle in Warsaw, the Polish PEN Club and the Ukrainian PEN Club invite you to the lecture titled “How to Understand Eastern Ukraine?

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Toruń Conference: Eastern Europe's Colour Revolutions

25.04.2014 colorThe Department of Eastern Europe of the Faculty of Political Science and International Studies at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń and New Eastern Europe cordially invite you to participate in the International Conference “Colour Revolutions in the Perspective of the Past Decade: Multidimensionality of the system transition in the post-Soviet area”, which will take place on June 27th 2014.

 

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The Curses of Polish Geopolitics and Today’s Alliances: 1919-1945-1989

24.04.2014 karskiAs part of the Year of Jan Karski the Jan Karski Educational Foundation cordially invites you to take part in a debate devoted to the challenges of Polish geopolitics. The debate The Curses of Polish Geopolitics and Today’s Alliances: 1919-1945-1989 at the Library of the University of Warsaw is connected to the reprint of Jan Karski’s work of political science titled The Great Powers and Poland: From Versailles to Yalta, which was published by Wydawnictwo Poznańskie.

 

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NEE Invites You to the Vistula Festival of Polish Films in Russia!

23.04.2014 wislaNEE invites you to the Seventh Vistula Festival of Polish Films in Russia, which will take place from May to October 2014. The festival will open in Moscow from May 15th-22nd at the 5 Zvezd ("Five Stars") Cinema.

 

 

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The Visegrad Academy of Cultural Management (VACuM) is now Accepting Applications

vdversjpgThe Visegrad Academy of Cultural Management (VACuM) is a new international educational initiative based on cooperation of Villa Decius Association with Marcel Hicter Association for Cultural Democracy from Brussels and supporting partners from Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia, Armenia, Georgia and Ukraine. The project is addressed to young culture managers working in public and private institutions and non-governmental organizations in the Visegrad Group countries and Eastern Partnership. VACuM is a 24-month training, encompassing two 10-day training sessions (September 1 – 10 in Kraków and March 9 – 18 in Prague) and a 3-day Diploma Seminar (September 12 – 14 in Tbilisi).

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