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  • The Onset of the New Order: Europe 1939–1940. International scientific conference
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    The Onset of the New Order: Europe 1939–1940. International scientific conference

  • tytuł kafla

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    Wola 1944. An Unpunished Crime and the Notion of Genocide

  • Ćwiczenie nowoczesności / Exercising modernity / Modernität üben
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    Ćwiczenie nowoczesności / Exercising modernity / Modernität üben

    Polish-German-Israeli interdisciplinary project is a pilot program of intellectual, artistic and academic exchange for all those interested in the history and culture of Poland, Germany and Israel, as well as the ideas of civil social justice.

  • The Second World War in the New Millennium
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    The Second World War in the New Millennium

    The presentation of Professor Arnd Bauerkämper (Freie Universität Berlin) deals with memories of National Socialism, the Second World War, the Holocaust and Stalinist extermination policies in Europe after 1945.

  • Paroda „Dvigubai laisvos. Moterų politinės teisės 1918 m.“
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    Paroda „Dvigubai laisvos. Moterų politinės teisės 1918 m.“

  • Lemkin und das Zeitalter des Genozids - Vortrag und Diskussion
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    Lemkin und das Zeitalter des Genozids - Vortrag und Diskussion

    Im Rahmenprogramm des Internationalen Karlpreises zu Aachen findet ein Vortrag mit anschließender Diskussion mit besonderen Gästen aus Polen: Prof. Marek Kornat und Eryk Habowski aus dem Pilecki-Institut in Warszawa, statt.

  • Holocaust Angst – a discussion on the book by Jacob S. Eder
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    Holocaust Angst – a discussion on the book by Jacob S. Eder

    The Pilecki Institute’s most recent publication – Jacob S. Eder’s book about the history of the influence the Federal Republic of Germany strove to wield over the structure of the exhibition at the Holocaust Memorial Museum and over American Holocaust Memo

  • An unknown resistance story from Auschwitz | Lecture at Humanity House
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    An unknown resistance story from Auschwitz | Lecture at Humanity House

    Polish Professor Mared Kornat will give a lecture on the story of Pilecki and confront the audience with the choices people had to make during the horrors of the Second World War.

  • Why Lemkin? | Debate
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    Why Lemkin? | Debate

    The debate „Why Lemkin” is intended to bring to the attention of wide audiences the significance of the concept of genocide – a new crime under international law.

  • Lemkin. Witness to the Age of Genocide | Temporary Exhibition
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    Lemkin. Witness to the Age of Genocide | Temporary Exhibition

    The first exhibition in Poland to be devoted entirely to Rafał Lemkin will open to the public in Kordegarda, the Gallery of the National Centre for Culture.

  • Witness to the Age of Genocide. Rafał Lemkin and the Convention of 1948
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    Witness to the Age of Genocide. Rafał Lemkin and the Convention of 1948

    Pilecki Institute is honoured to announce an international, interdisciplinary conference in the memory of Raphael Lemkin, Polish-Jewish jurist.

  • Exercising modernity | open lectures
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    Exercising modernity | open lectures

    We invite you to all open lectures in Bernau bei Berlin as part of the project Ćwiczenie nowoczesności / Exercising modernity / Modernität üben.

  • Bauhaus / Tel Aviv / Gdynia | Koncert
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    Bauhaus / Tel Aviv / Gdynia | Koncert

    We would like to invite the residents of Gdynia to an audiovisual event accompanied by live music. The performance has been organized by Patryk Zakrocki, Ludomir Franczak and Jan Witek-Terlikowski.

  • Ćwiczenie nowoczesności / Exercising modernity / Modernität üben
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    series

    Ćwiczenie nowoczesności / Exercising modernity / Modernität üben

    Polish-German-Israeli interdisciplinary project is a pilot program of intellectual, artistic and academic exchange for all those interested in the history and culture of Poland, Germany and Israel, as well as the ideas of civil social justice.

  • The Opening of the Lemkin Collection
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    The Opening of the Lemkin Collection

    More than 160 books concerning the life and work of Rafał Lemkin were handed over to the Warsaw University Library. Compiled by the Center/Institute, the Lemkin Collection was today officially bequeathed and opened.