“My way to the UN” is a film series, produced by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland, about Poles working at the United Nations. Today we present the story of Marta Duda-Nyczak.
“My way to the UN” is a film series, produced by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland, about Poles working at the United Nations. To day we present the story of Kasia Kot-Majewska.
We are looking for Polish people living in The Netherlands willing to be filmed. Check out the details.
Compared to the beginning of the 1990s, the way how the Germans perceive Polish people has changed tremendously. The latest surveys show that Poles are exceptionally well educated, hard-working and integrated.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Witold Waszczykowski and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg unveiled the logo for the NATO Summit Warsaw in the NATO Headquarters in Brussels. The Summit will take place in Warsaw on 8 and 9 July 2016.
We should stop publishing information about us and for us, which is only available in Polish. Let’s work on the information that is worth presenting to wider audience and be open to the outside world. In this way we will become more likeable and interesting to foreigners who, instead of having negative feelings, will pass on their good opinions about the valuable aspects of Poland and Polish people.
This year’s Bronisław Geremek’s Lecture took place on 18 November in the Auditorium of the Old Library of the University of Warsaw. The lecture was delivered by the former Prime Minister of Poland Włodzimierz Cimoszewicz. The title of the lecture was: Europe. Are we at a turning point?
5 December in Gdynia will see the opening of a Polish-American exhibition devoted to the history of Hamtramck and its residents. Americans of Polish descent, Polish immigrants and even a couple of “Poles by choice “, 30 people in all, told their life stories in a unique project run by the Emigration Museum in Gdynia. The artist photographer Tomek Zerek and researcher Dr Anna Muller spent a few weeks in a place which captivated them both. Hamtramck is a small town in the state of Michigan, an exceptional enclave of Polish Americans and perhaps also a lens of social change in the world of western culture.
The project is held under Link to Poland’s media patronage.
Americans of Polish descent, Polish immigrants as well as a couple of “Poles by choice” – 30 people have told the story of their life in a unique project run by the Emigration Museum in Gdynia. Tomek Zerek, an artist and a photographer, together with a researcher, Doctor Anna Muller, spent a few months in a place that really fascinated them. Hamtramck, a small town in Michigan and a unique Polish community, has also become the pretext for our meeting with Doctor Anna Muller.