Professor Władysław Bartoszewski, Poland’s former diplomacy chief, dies

“It’s worth being decent,” used to say Professor Władysław Bartoszewski (1922-2015), former foreign minister, historian, writer, activist of the Polish Underground State, and former prisoner at the Auschwitz German Nazi concentration camp.
27 April 2015

Tadeusz Różewicz: White Marriage.

The guest performance of the polish Maska Teatr from Rzeszow at the Hungarian National Theatre.
18 April 2015

WAMP presents: Visegrád Design Market

With the arrival of spring WAMP starts its new season at Millenáris. The coolest design fair in Hungary welcomes visitors with nearly hundred designers at the first market of the year. This time beyond the well-known Hungarian artists, new creative talents from the Visegrád countries will be introduced as well.
22 March 2015

Oscar for Poles

Paweł Pawlikowski’s Ida has got an Oscar! It is the first Polish motion picture that has received the most prestigious film industry award in the Best Foreign Language Film category.
23 February 2015

Donald Tusk takes over as European Council head

Sets directions for actions; ensures the preparation and continuity of the work of the European Council; chairs meetings of EU heads of state; and presents reports on such meetings to the European Parliament – these are the principal tasks of the President of the European Council. Donald Tusk, until recently the Polish Prime Minister, will assume this office on Monday.
1 December 2014

Polish Evening with Marta Ptaszyńska

Supported by The Hungary Initiatives Foundation
16 September 2014

International competition

International competition for the project of an illustrated book for children
16 September 2014

Twenty-five years ago Poland elected its first non-communist prime minister after WWII

“I will seek to form a government capable of working for the benefit of the society, the people and the State,” said Tadeusz Mazowiecki in his first speech to Parliament on 12 September 1989 after his appointment by the Sejm as prime minister of the first non-communist government after WWII. This was a breakthrough moment in Poland’s history.
12 September 2014