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Social Events


All participants and their partners are invited to register for the conference social events. Photo ID and conference badges will be required for admission to all events.


Early Registration Social at the University of Warsaw - included

Tuesday, 16 June from 17:00 to 19:00

This is an opportunity to pick up your badge and program book, enjoy a snack, drink and meet up with colleagues before the conference begins.



Welcome Reception at the Kubicki Arcades - included

Wednesday, 17 June from 19:00 to 22:00

no cost for conference registrants; guest tickets $50 USD

All conference participants are invited to the Opening Reception at The Kubicki Arcades being a part of The Royal Castle in Warsaw, located in the very heart of the capital city and overlooking the scenic Vistula River.


The Kubicki Arcades at the foot of the 16th-century Royal Castle in Warsaw were designed in the 19th century by a Polish architect Jakub Kubicki. The solid construction delights with its simplicity and finesse, enhanced by arches and round windows. For the most part of the 20th century, the Arcades were used by the Army, while slowly falling into disrepair. However, since their makeover in the 1990s, designed by the architect Stanisław Fiszer, they have a new look combining the historical venue and modern interior design. Today, the Kubicki Arcades are a popular and cherished venue of various events. The place has hosted notable guests from all over the world, including the US President Barack Obama.



Cocktail Reception at Restauracji AleGloria - included
Thursday, June 18 from 19:00 to 22:00

no cost for conference registrants; guest tickets $50 USD

All conference participants are invited to the cocktail reception offered at the AleGloria restaurant located in Dom Dochodowy.


This very unique building, situated at Trzech Krzyży Square in Warsaw, consists of three beautifully renovated historical tenement houses. At the beginning of the 21st century, the three houses were meticulously reconstructed and merged into one building by means of a glass-roof construction, which created a three-storey internal atrium. Today, Dom Dochodowy serves as a prestigious mixed-use business building, housing offices and shops. It is also home to AleGloria restaurant whose menu is inspired by the centuries-long Polish culinary tradition.





UW Faculty of Political Science and International Studies - WNPISM


Kubicki Arcades - photo credit: Szcebrzesyn


Restauracji AleGloria

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Last updated: March 8, 2020