Anglo-Belarusian Society invites its members and friends on the first day of summer to the Belarusian House in London.
Concert of a famous Belarusian singer Zmicier Vaitsiushkievich will follow a talk of a Cambrdidge University researcher Simon Lewis.
The program of the day is as follows.
3:15 “Memory at War in Belarus: Official Myths and Cultural Resistance”, Simon Lewis, the University of Cambridge.
The Journal of Belarusian Studies will relaunch in London on 21 May 2013. The Journal has been dormant for nearly 25 years and now the first issue has appeared after a long silence.
Yaraslau Kryvoi, Arnold McMillin, Jim Dingley, Fr Aleksander Nadson and Andrew Wilson will recall the history of the Journal, which started in 1965, present the new issue and plans for the future. The participants will also reflect on what has changed for Belarusian studies since 1980s.
The new issue of the Journal will feature articles of Andrej Kotljarchuk, David Marples, Arnold McMillin and Natallia Slizh. It will be possible to purchase hard copies of the new issue of the Journal.
A cheese and wine reception will follow the panel discussion.
The Anglo-Belarusian Society is happy to invite its members and friends to Mother Language Day Celebration.
This year the celebration will be in memoriam of Siarhiej Vituška.
The event will mark the UNESCO Mother Language Day - all languages are welcome and particularly Belarusian and English.
The celebration will start on Saturday 9 March 2013 at 2 pm at the Belarusian Religious and Cultural Centre (Marian House, Holden Avenue, London N12 8HS).
The Anglo-Belarusian Society will be holding its Annual General Meeting 2012 on Saturday, 9 February 2013.
It will start at 3 pm at the Belarusian Religious and Cultural Centre (Marian House, Holden Avenue, London N12 8HY).
A wine & cheese reception will follow the meeting. All members and friends of the Anglo-Belarusian Society are invited.
The Anglo-Belarusian Society is pleased to invite its members and friends to the Cinema Perpetuum Mobile International Film Festival.
The screening of films will take at the same time in Minsk and other Belarusian cities, in villages and megalopolises, islands and mountain settlements of various regions and climatic zones.
The London part of the Festival will take place on 19 January 2012, 15:00-17:30 at Marian House, the Belarusian Cultural and Religious Centre. (Marian House, Holden Avenue, London N12 8HY).
The Anglo-Belarusian Society invites its members and friends of the Belarusian community in Britain to the traditional Kaliady (Christmas) celebration on Saturday, 15 December 2012 at 2pm at St Cyril’s Belarusian Religious and Cultural Centre.
Paval Šaǔcoǔ and Saša Biełavokaja will present the traditional, well-loved Batlejka (Belarusian Christmas puppet show).
Saint Nicholas will be giving out presents, so please, if you are coming with children, make sure to have a present prepared for each child and hand it over to Paval before the performance.
It will also be an occasion to sing Belarusian and English carols.
The Association of Belarusians in Great Britain in cooperation with the Anglo-Belarusian Society will mark the 92nd anniversary of the Slucak Armed Campaign of 1920 in defence of the Belarusian Democratic Republic.
The event will start on Saturday, 24 November 2012 at 2 PM, at the Belarusian House, 52 Penn Road, London, N7 9RE (Caledonian Road Station on the Piccadilly Line).
The event will begin with a prayer of Fr Alexander and Fr Siarhei in memory Slucak heroes. It will be followed by a report of the Deputy Chairman of the Association of Belarusian in Britain Mikalaj Packajeu and a screening of a 30-minutes film on the Slucak Armed Campaign and. A modest reception will conclude the event. The entry is free.
In 1965 the Anglo-Belarusian Society began publishing a yearbook - The Journal of Byelorussian Studies.
After over two decades of silence the Journal is back, has an online digital archive and welcomes new submissions. The Journal is published jointly by the Anglo-Belarusian Society and the Centre for Transition Studies in London.
The deadline for new submissions is 20
More information about the Journal is available at http://belarusjournal.com/
On 23 October the European Council on Foreign Relations and the Anglo-Belarusian Society in London organised an event ‘Belarus After Elections: Three Years of Stability?’
The buy cialis online main speakers were Katia Glad from Chatham House and Yauheni Preiherman of the Liberal Club in Minsk who is also a regular contributor to Belarus Digest. Andrew Wilson, Senior Policy Fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations, moderated the discussion.
The participants focused primarily on the post-election situation of Belarus. They also considered possible scenarios for future developments in the country anf the role of the Belarusian opposition. Other
topics included current trends in politics and economy as well as the possible role of the pro-government organisation Belaya Rus which officially won majority in the recent elections.
Read more on Belarus Digest.
The European Council on Foreign Relations and the Anglo-Belarusian Society are pleased to announce a new joint event.
Belarus After Elections: Three Years of Stability?
23 October 2012, 6.30-8.00 pm (registration from 6.15 pm)
ECFR office, 3rd Floor Conference Room35 Old Queen Street, London SW1H 9JA
Yauheni Preiherman, Policy Director, Liberal Club (Minsk) and regular contributor to Belarus Digest
Katia Glod, Robert Bosch Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Programme, Chatham House
Wilson, Senior Policy Fellow, the European Council on Foreign generic viagra Relations