Dates: Annual conference of the German-Polish Society 2019 …

Neighbourhood in the middle of Europe

– Annual Conference 2019 of the Federal Association of
German-Polish Society in Homburg Saar –

From 24 to 27 October, the 28th Annual Congress of the German-Polish Societies Federal Association will take place in Homburg in the Saarland under the motto “Neighbourhood in the Centre of Europe”. Everyone is cordially invited to participate in one of the largest meetings of actors, multipliers and friends of German-Polish relations!

Also this year an exciting program awaits the guests:
Programme Neighbourhood in the Centre of Europe 2019

During the congress, the DIALOG-PRIZE will be awarded for the 15th time – this year to the Polish scientist Prof. Dr. Anna Wolff-Powęska for her many years of commitment to German-Polish relations.

Registrations (see attachment) will be accepted until 10.10.2019 by post or e-mail (geschaeftsstelle@dpg-bv.de): Application form 2019 – Forward the program including the application form to interested persons.

Jury meeting of the Cultural Award Silesia of the State of Lower Saxony – Award ceremony in Wolfenbüttel

On 28.09.2019 the award of the culture prize Silesia takes place in Wolfenbüttel:
Jury meeting of the culture price Silesia – award of the prize in Wolfenbüttel

wikipedia: Silesia Cultural Award of the State of Lower Saxony

This seminar is also interesting

100 Years of Paris Suburban Contracts – Current Aftereffects in Eastern Europe

on 18 and 19 October 2019 in Goslar. Quote from bistum-hildesheim.de/…/100-jahre-pariser-vorortvertraege and jakobushaus.de/100-jahre-pariser-vorortverträge-aktuelle-nachwirkungen-osteuropa

“In public commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the end of the war, the revolution and the Treaty of Versailles, the global dimension of the Paris peace treaties of 1919/1920 is often only casually addressed. After the dissolution of the Habsburg Monarchy and the Russian Empire, the map of East Central Europe was completely redesigned. Taking Poland and Hungary as examples, we want to look at the consequences there – cultural, economic, political – which have continued to have an effect to this day”.

The seminar will take place at the Academy of the Diocese of Hildesheim.
St.Jakobus-Haus, Reußstraße 4, 38640 Goslar – ++49 (0) 53 21 / 34 26-0

 

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