“Poland and Ukraine: Passages to Democracy”

Last chance to participate in a lecture organised as part of the Polish Parliamentarism and Democratic Traditions project!

Venue: St Catharine’s College Cambridge (McGrath Conference Centre),

28 October, at 12:30 p.m.

“Poland and Ukraine: Passages to Democracy

 

Keynote speakers:

Dr Harald Wydra (St. Catharine’s & POLIS, Cambridge)

Dr Rory Finnin (Robinson College & Director, Cambridge Ukranian Studies Programme)

 

Please RSVP at: pon.office@uj.edu.pl

The lecture is free to attend, but places are limited

 

The aim of the project Polish Parliamentarism and Democratic Traditions is to popularise knowledge of Polish history and increase British public opinion’s awareness of its importance for the process of democratisation of Central and Eastern Europe.  The project is carried out by the Centre for Political Thought with the support of Polish Research Centre of the Jagiellonian University in London.  Lectures in the UK are organized in cooperation with the City University London. The project is co-financed by the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The project includes:

  • a series of six lectures
  • a website, on which we publish video recordings of lectures, as well as texts that will familiarise British citizens with Polish history: democracy.pl
  • a fan page on a social networking site: facebook.com/democracypl