“The Polish Dream” by Karin Kooijman is a portrait of three highly educated Polish women who went to The Netherlands with dreams of fulfilling their ambitions. Before Justyna, Paulina and Ilona can do this, they have to struggle with difficult circumstances and difficult people. Being far from home, they feel displaced, but the desire to realise their dreams is stronger. Are you curious to see how the story ends?
To commemorate the Polish contribution to the Battle of Britain, the Polish Embassy in London has launched #BoBPoles, a project devoted to the lives and exploits of Poles who fought in the 1940 campaign. The project envisages events on the ground, in the air and on the internet.
Dominika Zawada has won the first edtion of “Zdolna Polonia”. Congratulations!
“It’s worth being decent,” used to say Professor Władysław Bartoszewski (19th February 1922- 24th April 2015), former foreign minister, historian, writer, activist of the Polish Underground State, and former prisoner at the Auschwitz German Nazi concentration camp.
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The first meeting of the Polish Professional Women in the Netherlands took place on 17 April 2015 at the Bilderberg Garden Hotel in Amsterdam. The meeting was attended by nearly 30 Polish female professionals, social activists and business women.
The Nostri Mundi Foundation is based in a region in which live many workers of Polish origin. Positive experiences of migrants, particularly from the Polish community, living in the Waddinxveen municipalities, have contributed to the creation of this initiative.
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“It is my pleasure today to hand over some really valuable pieces, entrusted to the MFA by emigrants, to the collections of our two museums. Though they couldn’t do it in person, the donors wanted to enrich Poland’s cultural heritage,” Deputy Minister Henryka Mościcka-Dendys said during today’s ceremony at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.