11 April 2014, Prague, Czernin Palace, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic
9-11 April 2014, Prague (Czech Republic)
This is for the third time that the representatives of over 150 European institutions and organizations dealing with the 20th-century history will discuss today’s attitude towards remembrance in the context of this year anniversaries of important historical events.
On 10th of April 2010 occured the biggest tragedy in a postwar history of Poland.
The negotiations between the communist government and the opposition led to the collapse of communist system in Poland by allowing partially free elections to the Polish parliament and free elections to the Senate, legalisation of trade unions and associations, and authorisation of independent newspapers
How to talk in an interesting way to the young people about the events which took place 25 years ago and changed the history of Europe?
European Network Remembrance and Solidarity has launched a unique project in order to foster cooperation of research centers, NGOs, museums, galleries and memorials dedicated to the previous century.
An exhibition of Rudolf Hervé’s photographs portraying Budapest between 1989 and 1993 opened in the Hungarian Cultural Institute in Warsaw on the 12th of March.