News & ASPJ Events

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Dariusz Popiela – 2022 ASPJ Orator & Film Premieres

The ASPJ sincerely congratulates the great friend of the ASPJ, Dariusz Popiela, on being named winner of the 2021 POLIN Award, presented at the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews. In 2022, we hope to welcome Dariusz to Australia.

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… and he taught the canaries to sing

Melbourne’s Beth Weizmann Jewish Community was the venue for a dynamic and vibrant afternoon of animations and music celebrating the diversity of Polish Jewish life before 1939, conceived and produced by ASPJ Vice-President Estelle Rozinski.

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Autumn 2022 Issue of HAYNT Out Now!

HAYNT is the magazine of the Australian Society of Polish Jews and Their Descendants. It is published three times annually and features articles on the ASPJ’s activities, as well as articles on Polish-Jews issues in Australia and Poland.

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2021 “Henryk Sławik Award” Presentation

In a COVID-safe event held at Melbourne’s Beth Weizmann Jewish Community Centre, members of the Jewish and Polish communities came together for the presentation of the ASPJ’s 2021 Henryk Sławik Award to Arnold Zable.

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Board ofManagement

President:
Ezra May

Vice-President:
Estelle Rozinski

Treasurer & Website:
Andrew Rajcher

Secretaries
Lena Fiszman
Peter Schnall

Board Members:

Melbourne
Eva Hussain
David Prince

Sydney
Karen Pakula
Prof. Lucy Taksa

“Haynt” Editor:
Izydor Marmur

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Do You or Your Family Have Roots in Poland?

Many of Poland’s cities and towns are, today, endeavouring to preserve their Jewish history and heritage.

Some are now turning to the ASPJ to assist them in their task of collecting memoirs, photographs and other documents.

To encourage their endeavours, our website can be used to assist them in contacting former residents or their descendants.

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We WelcomeNew Members

Formerly know as “The Worldwide Federation of Polish Jews (Australian Chapter)”

In 2009, we took on a new name, a new Constitution, a new Statement of Purpose and a new generation of active members.

Based in Melbourne, Australia, we invite all people, Jewish and non-Jewish, whose roots lie in Poland, to join out reinvigorated organisation.

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