25 May: Queen of Ireland Film Screening
The Embassy of Ireland invites you to a screening of ‘The Queen of Ireland’ in Kinoteka at 18.30 on Thursday 7 June.
The Embassy flew the rainbow flag to mark the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia on 17 May 2018.
Zbigniew Herbert International Literary Award 2018 for Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill.
23 April: Paula Meehan’s poem on display in Warsaw
Paula Meehan’s ‘Nomad Heart’ is on display in Warsaw for the month of April as part of the Poems in the City project.
Dr. Paul McNamara’s lecture on the occasion of the 130th anniversary of Seán Lester’s birth.
Minister Damien English launched the Irish-Polish Business Directory in Wroclaw on 14 March.
Festiwal Świętego Patryka will take place across Poland to celebrate Ireland’s national day on 17 March.
St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated in Poland and around the world every year. This year’s Festiwal Świętego Patryka is bigger and better than any we have enjoyed before! Events – concerts, exhibitions, lectures and “Irish Days” – will take place all across the country.
The Political and Economic Affairs Officer will play an active role in supporting the Embassy’s political and economic reporting and work. The successful candidate will work as part of a busy and flexible Embassy team, and will have opportunities to develop their skills and gain hands-on experience in these and related areas.
The deadline for applications for this position is 17.00 CET on Monday, 5 March 2018.
14 February: Public Lecture by Professor Brigid Laffan
The Embassy of Ireland is delighted to host a public lecture in Warsaw by Professor Brigid Laffan, an Irish expert on European politics and integration.
The new Polish translation of Oscar Wilde’s “De Profundis” will be released in Kraków on Friday 12th January.
St. Patrick’s Day in Poland: The Greenest Day of the Year!