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Freya von Moltke-Stiftung für das Neue Kreisau

The goal of the Freya von Moltke Foundation for the New Kreisau is to support the work of the international memorial and meeting place, Kreisau in the Polish village of Krzyżowa. (...)
The goal of the Freya von Moltke Foundation for the New Kreisau is to support the work of the international memorial and meeting place, Kreisau in the Polish village of Krzyżowa. The Foundation will ensure the existence of this important site, as well as raise public interest for it.

country: Germany
city: Berlin

contact

An den Treptowers 3, c/o Allianz
12435 Berlin Germany
www.fvms.de

Fundacja "Krzyzowa" dla Porozumienia Europejskiego

The Krzyżowa Foundation has its seat on the premises of the former residence of Helmuth James von Moltke’s family. In Nazi times, a resistance group ‘The Kreisau Circle’ (...)
The Krzyżowa Foundation has its seat on the premises of the former residence of Helmuth James von Moltke’s family. In Nazi times, a resistance group ‘The Kreisau Circle’ operated here. In opposition to the dictatorship, risking their own lives, the members of the group planned a democratic and peaceful Germany that would be integrated with the rest of Europe. The Krzyżowa Foundation is based upon this tradition and the ideas of the resistance movement; its non-conformism and moral courage. We relate to the experience of opposition against dictatorships in Central and Eastern Europe. The forerunners of the Foundation, West and East Germans, Poles, Americans and the Dutch, wanted to make this place centre of European understanding. When the Berlin Wall fell, a Polish-German Mass of Reconciliation was celebrated in Krzyżowa. The governments of Poland and Germany welcomed the initiative to create a meeting place here. Now the Foundation continues the work which was started here by the Kreisau Circle: bringing together people of varying backgrounds and political ideas to speak with one another and plan for a greater future.

country: Poland
city: Grodziszcze

contact

Krzyzowa 7
58-112 Grodziszcze Poland
www.krzyzowa.org.pl

Fundacja Edukacyjna Jana Karskiego/Jan Karski Educational Foundation, Warsaw

Warsaw-based Jan Karski Educational Foundation was established on November 12. and is a direct successor of Jan Karski US Centennial Campaign, which successfully advocated for Jan (...)
Warsaw-based Jan Karski Educational Foundation was established on November 12. and is a direct successor of Jan Karski US Centennial Campaign, which successfully advocated for Jan Karski to be posthumously awarded with the presidential Medal of Freedom in May 29. 2012. The Foundation’s mission is to is to instill in people - especially young people in Poland - the values of leadership, courage and integrity, as exemplified by the life of Jan Karski. Activities promoting knowledge about Jan Karski are pursued by two sister Foundations: in Poland and in United States. The Foundations share the goal of preparing celebrations of Jan Karski Centennial in 2014 and organizing educational activities in years to come. Strategic partnership for the Foundations is grounded with the Museum of Polish History, which leads „Jan Karski. Unifinished mission” program. The Foundation closely cooperates and is widely/generously supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of Poland.

goals

Foundation’s educational mission is being realized through: • organizing exhibitions and public debates, seminaries and conferences • new scholarship programs established in cooperation with leading Polish and American universities, including Berkeley University of California and Georgetown University in Washington DC, to which Jan Karski was related to for 40 years;
type: educational
country: Poland
city: Warsaw

contact

al. J.Ch. Szucha 6
00-582 Warsaw Poland
tel: +48 22 629 22 59
e-mail: kontakt@jankarski.net
Contact: Anna Geller
www.jankarski.net/pl

Fundacja Współpracy Polsko-Niemieckiej

Fundacja Współpracy Polsko-Niemieckiej wspiera dobre relacje między Polakami i Niemcami. Przez 20 lat istnienia FWPN dofinansowała ponad 10 tysięcy bilateralnych projektów i (...)
Fundacja Współpracy Polsko-Niemieckiej wspiera dobre relacje między Polakami i Niemcami. Przez 20 lat istnienia FWPN dofinansowała ponad 10 tysięcy bilateralnych projektów i współtworzyła tym samym fundamenty porozumienia polsko-niemieckiego. Misja i cele FWPN Głównym zadaniem Fundacji jest wspieranie wartoœciowych polsko-niemieckich inicjatyw. FWPN wspomaga w szczególnoœci: partnerstwa między instytucjami, projekty o charakterze edukacyjnym poszerzajšce wiedzę o Polsce i Niemczech oraz promujšce języki polski i niemiecki, współpracę naukowš, a także projekty artystyczne i literackie. Fundacja jest także inicjatorem i realizatorem projektów – m.in. podróży studyjnych, programów stypendialnych, publikacji, debat. Zarówno poprzez dotacje jak i poprzez projekty przez niš inicjowane, FWPN pragnie inspirujšco oddziaływać na relacje polsko-niemieckie. Projekty, w które angażuje się Fundacja: - podnoszš jakoœć tych relacji, - wypełniajš istniejšce deficyty, - zapewniajš symetrię stosunków polsko-niemieckich, - otwierajš Polaków i Niemców na wyzwania europejskie, w kontekœcie ich wspólnych doœwiadczeń.

country: Poland
city: Warszawa

contact

ul. Zielna 37
00-108 Warszawa Poland
http://www.fwpn.org.pl/

Gedenkstätte Sachsenhausen

Zum Profil unserer Einrichtung ist zu sagen, dass es sich um einen der bekanntesten Orte mit „zweifacher Vergangenheit“ handelt, dass in der Museums- und Erinnerungsarbeit die (...)
Zum Profil unserer Einrichtung ist zu sagen, dass es sich um einen der bekanntesten Orte mit „zweifacher Vergangenheit“ handelt, dass in der Museums- und Erinnerungsarbeit die Zeit der Konzentrationslager Oranienburg und Sachsenhausen von 1933/6-1945 und des sowjetischen Speziallagers von 1945 bis 1950 eine Rolle spielt.

country: Germany

contact


Germany

German-Russian Museum Berlin-Karlshorst

The German-Russian Museum is located at the historic site of the surrender of the German Armed Forces on 8 May 1945 in Berlin-Karlshorst. Nowadays it is a place where twese former (...)
The German-Russian Museum is located at the historic site of the surrender of the German Armed Forces on 8 May 1945 in Berlin-Karlshorst. Nowadays it is a place where twese former wartime enemies jointly recall some of their common history. The permanent exhibition documents this war from the perspective of both parties, German and Soviet. The territory occupied by the Wehrmacht was where the murder of European Jews began. But German warfare and occupation rule was also responsible for other crimes, like the mass death of Soviet prisoners of war in German custody or the planned starvation of millions of civilians. The consequences of World War II are also explored in the exhibition.

country: Germany
city: Berlin

contact

Zwieseler Str. 4
10318 Berlin Germany
www.museum-karlshorst.de

GLOBE - Global Learning Opportunities for Better Education

GLOBE – Global Learning Opportunities for Better Education is a no – profit Association born in 2015 established in Palermo (Italy). GLOBE proposes European and International (...)
GLOBE – Global Learning Opportunities for Better Education is a no – profit Association born in 2015 established in Palermo (Italy). GLOBE proposes European and International Projects to promote and encourage the spread of knowledge’s and professional and informal skills, the exchange of best practices and intercultural dialogue, in a transnational dimension. GLOBE promotes and implements: TRAINING COURSES: GLOBE plans and realizes laboratories and training courses, with formal and non formal approach, for Young people, Adults, Workers, Professionals, Unemployed, Teachers and Trainers (HEI, School, VET and Adult Education), School Staff members, Public Administrators, Youth Workers, etc. The activities are aimed to transfer basic competences, soft skills and specific skills. MOBILITY EXPERIENCES: GLOBE promotes and implements Mobility Projects at European and International level, (SENDING/HOSTING) for Young people, Adults, Workers, Professionals, Unemployed, Teachers and Trainers (HEI, School, VET and Adult Education), School Staff members, Public Administrators, Youth Workers, etc., also in the framework of the ERASMUS+ Programme. EUROPEAN PROJECTS: GLOBE promotes and implements integrated projects of Learning, Orientation, Research, Economic and Territorial Integration and Cooperation, Social, Cultural, Economic Development and Digital Culture, in collaboration with No Profit Organization, NGO, Schools, University, Public Authorities, Enterprises and other actors, active at public and private dimension, and at local, national an european level. We invite you to visit our website www.globenetwork.eu, our social channel on facebook (https://www.facebook.com/globenetwork.eu) and twitter (https://twitter.com/Globe_network) and contact us sending a message to globe@globenetwork.eu.

goals

GLOBE has the following Mission: - to promote the meeting, the exchange, the sharing, the integration and the contamination of European and extra-European ideas, knowledge and cultures, through travel and the experience of living abroad, the discovery of new realities and experimentation of solidarity and friendship across national borders; - to promote personal and professional growth of individuals, with particular attention to young people and women, broadening theirs knowledge’s and skills in step with the continuous cultural and working evolution; - to contribute to social and economic development of the territory in synergy with the third sector, non-profit sector and local, national and international production.
type: educational
country: Italy
city: Palermo

contact

Via E. Notarbartolo n. 49
90100 Palermo Italy
tel: +393463086762
e-mail: globe@globenetwork.eu
Contact: Serena Venturella
www.globenetwork.eu

Gregor H. Lersch

Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen

country: Germany
city: Berlin

contact

Hochkirchstr 19
10829 Berlin Germany

Hafiza Merkezi (Truth, Justice, Memory Center)

Hakikat Adalet Hafıza Merkezi (Truth Justice Memory Center) is an independent human rights organization based in Istanbul, Turkey that aims to uncover the truth concerning past (...)
Hakikat Adalet Hafıza Merkezi (Truth Justice Memory Center) is an independent human rights organization based in Istanbul, Turkey that aims to uncover the truth concerning past violations of human rights, strengthen the collective memory about those violations, and support survivors in their pursuit of justice. It was established in November 2011 by a group of human rights activists, journalists and lawyers to advocate for an adequate institutional and societal response to past grave violations of human rights targeted especially against national minorities. Hafıza Merkezi uses a unique approach, as it gathers and accumulates knowledge and methodology from organizations dealing with similar issues in other post-conflict and post-authoritarian regions, develops them further through its everyday work and adapts the knowhow into the Turkish context.

goals

The objectives of Hafıza Merkezi are: • To uncover and document human rights violations committed by the state • To advocate and contribute to ending impunity for human rights violations • To advocate for institutional recognition of the past widespread human rights violations • To work on putting public focus on ‘hidden’ narratives of victims and instigate public debates focused on memory of victims • To contribute to shaping a responsible generation sensitive to rights of victims of human rights violations • To accumulate and build expertise in the area of organization’s work and share it through collaboration and providing support to other organizations
type: other
country: Turkey
city: Istanbul

contact

Hakikat, Adalet, Hafıza Merkezi (Center for Truth,
Istanbul Turkey
e-mail: info@hafiza-merkezi.org
Contact: Hafiza Merkezi
www.hakikatadalethafiza.org

Hannah Arendt Center - Sofia

The Hannah Arendt Center - Sofia is a foundation, registered in Bulgaria.
The Hannah Arendt Center - Sofia is a foundation, registered in Bulgaria.

goals

The Center works for: Promotion of democracy, freedom and human rights Keeping the memory of totalitarian regimes and their crimes Dissemination of Hannah Arendt's moral and intellectual heritage
type: research centre
country: Bulgaria
city: Plovdiv

contact

2 Kiril Hristov Str.
4000 Plovdiv Bulgaria
tel: +359 889 032 954
e-mail: hannah.arendt.center.sofia@gmail.com
Contact: Vasil Kadrinov, Director
http://www.hac.ekonet-bg.org

Historical Archives of the Hungarian State Security

The Historical Archives preserves and handles the documents of the former State Security Organizations dating from the period between December 21, 1944, and February 14, 1990 (...)
The Historical Archives preserves and handles the documents of the former State Security Organizations dating from the period between December 21, 1944, and February 14, 1990 (December 21, 1944, was the day when the Interim National Assembly had its session; on February 14, 1990, State Security Organizations ceased to exist with or without legal successors), and the documents of the committee controlling certain persons performing important, public confidence and public opinion forming positions (hereafter: Screening Committee). The Screening Committee was in operation between 1994 and 2005. The Act determines the tasks of the Historical Archives in § 8 (3) as follows: The Archives a) shall ensure the exercise of the right to the familiarization with their personal data for those concerned under the conditions provided for by this Act; b) shall provide for the data supply to the organizations performing the fact-finding as determined in the law on the publicisation of the national security past of persons playing public life roles; c) shall ensure the pursue of the research activity with the conditions laid down by this Act; d) shall perform the tasks specified in the Archival Act.

country: Hungary
city: Budapest

contact

Eötvös utca 7
1067 Budapest Hungary
http://www.abtl.hu/

House of Terror Museum

The House of Terror Museum was opened in 2002. The location is special: it was once the HQ of the Hungarian Nazis, and then the center of Communists' political police. In our (...)
The House of Terror Museum was opened in 2002. The location is special: it was once the HQ of the Hungarian Nazis, and then the center of Communists' political police. In our permanent exhibition, we present those times between 1944 and the mid sixties when totalitarian regimes under foreign dominance killed people on political basis.

country: Hungary
city: Budapest

contact

Hungary, Budapest, 1062 Andrássy út 60
1062 Budapest Hungary
www.terrorhaza.hu

Hrvatski institut za povijest / Croatian Institute

Croatian Institute of History, successor of the Institute of History of the Labor Movement and the Croatian Institute for Contemporary History, was founded in 1961. Institute’s (...)
Croatian Institute of History, successor of the Institute of History of the Labor Movement and the Croatian Institute for Contemporary History, was founded in 1961. Institute’s scholars preform comprehensive research and elaborate analyses regarding better understanding of Croatian history in regional and European context covering the periods from the early Middle Ages until recent history.

goals

research of Croatian history, research of Central European History, research of South European history
type: other
country: Croatia
city: Zagreb

contact

Opatička 10
10000 Zagreb Croatia
tel: +385-1-4851721
e-mail: institut@isp.hr
Contact: Jasna Turkalj or Gordan Ravančić
www.isp.hr

Innovation Office

Non-profit organization VsI Inovaciju biuras (Innovation Office) is a private institution, which develops international projects with the use of information and communication (...)
Non-profit organization VsI Inovaciju biuras (Innovation Office) is a private institution, which develops international projects with the use of information and communication technologies. Our activities involve: - Creation of supportive environment for people activity (especial young ones), creativity and innovations. - Administration of international database of scientific articles (www.ScholarArticles.net); - Administration of international database of educational events in Europe (www.EduEvents.eu) (it will be launched soon); - European Youth Online newspaper Eurappeal.eu; - Development and implementation of different projects at national and international level. VsI Inovaciju biuras is member of NGO Network for Popularizing Science. Our organization consists of 4 very enthusiastic members, other people (more than 250) are involved in organization activities in non-formal way. Institution has flat organizational structure with elements from team and network organizations.

goals

- To encourage people (especialy young ones) to active, creative, innovative; - To create supportive environment.
type: other
country: Lithuania
city: Vilnius

contact

A. J. Povilaičio g. 14-44
Vilnius Lithuania
tel: +370 674 44617
e-mail: info@inovacijubiuras.lt
Contact: Rasa Žilionė
www.inovacijubiuras.lt

Insitute for Applied History – Society and Science in Dialogue

Shaping history – Institute for Applied History (...)
Shaping history – Institute for Applied History History is created – here and now. How history is shaped, negotiated and constructed, stands at the heart of work at the Institute for Applied History. The Institute mediates in many ways between academia and civil society, between different languages, cultures and generations, between theory and practice. For that purpose, the associatons has developed various formats and methods of historical-political education in the German-Polish border region. Clues at historic sites for international groups and project seminars at the European University Viadrina as well as engaging artistic approaches to a diffiult past: Expanding its actiities beyond the Polish-German neighbourhood the Institute is now also an important agent in raising awareness for the compleities of history and its application in other (border) regions of Europe.;

country: Germany
city: Frankfurt (Oder)

contact

c/o Europa-Universität Viadrina, Postfach 1786
15207 Frankfurt (Oder) Germany
http://www.instytut.net

Institut für angewandte Geschichte e. V.

Shaping history – Institute for Applied History (...)
Shaping history – Institute for Applied History History is created – here and now. How history is shaped, negotiated and constructed, stands at the heart of work at the Institute for Applied History. The Institute mediates in many ways between academia and civil society, between different languages, cultures and generations, between theory and practice. For that purpose, the associatons has developed various formats and methods of historical-political education in the German-Polish border region. Clues at historic sites for international groups and project seminars at the European University Viadrina as well as engaging artistic approaches to a diffiult past: Expanding its activities beyond the Polish-German neighbourhood the Institute is now also an important agent in raising awareness for the compleities of history and its application in other (border) regions of Europe.

country: Germany
city: Frankfurt (Oder)

contact

Scharrnstr. 59
15230 Frankfurt (Oder) Germany
www.instytut.net

Institut für Sächsische Geschichte und Volkskunde / Institute of Saxon History and Cultural Anthropology

The Institute of Saxon History and Cultural Anthropology was founded in Dresden in 1997, based on an act of the Saxon state parliament. Various previous institutions were (...)
The Institute of Saxon History and Cultural Anthropology was founded in Dresden in 1997, based on an act of the Saxon state parliament. Various previous institutions were incorporated, and contributed an abundance of collections and legacies. The institution comprises two areas: The Department of History is dedicated to research in Saxon history in its historical spaces up to the present; the Department of Cultural Anthropology analyses everyday life (Lebenswelten) in their relation to regional boundaries and cultural exchange. Research topics reach from the intellectual and material cultural inheritance as an expression of norms and values, to processes of mutual interchange between social classes and groups – also and especially to transgressions of boundaries.

goals

Besides various research projects, editions and publication series are also part of the assignments of the institute. Long-term projects like the 'Biographical Archives' (Lebensgeschichtliches Archiv), the 'Photographic Archives' (Digitales Bildarchiv) as well as the 'Saxon Biography' (Sächsische Biografie) take central position and are, as historical sources and basis of their research, open to interested scholars.
type: research centre
country: Germany
city: Dresden

contact

Zellescher Weg 17
01069 Dresden Germany
tel: +49-351-4361650
e-mail: isgv@mailbox.tu-dresden.de
Contact: Dr. Ira Spieker
http://web.isgv.de/

Institute for contemporary history

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The Institute History The Institute of Contemporary History (USD) is an integral part of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. Its function is to undertake primary research into post-1938 Czech and Czechoslovak history in the international context. Within this overall objective, the thrust of the enterprise has changed over time with the main focus of enquiry shifting from the study of key events in the political history of Czechoslovakia during the period of communist dominance, which was paramount in the first years of the Institute’s existence, to a multilayered exploration of contemporary history, which includes the sociological, the everydayness and mundane, as reflected in the lives and thoughts of the ordinary man or woman in the street, the economic and, as already mentioned, the international. The work of the Institute is structured chronologically into four main areas of expertise, and while the period covered, taken as a whole, spans the years from 1938 to the present, within this schematic framework are two specific sections, one devoted to Jewish and minority studies and the other to oral history. In addition, two other largely autonomous units are attached to the Institute: he Documentation Centre of Property Transfers of Cultural Assets of WW II. Victims, and the Centre of Comparative Contemporary History of Central Europe. Both receive independent funding. In 2002 a further section dedicated to the history of science, which in 2009 became the Centre for the History of Sciences and Humanities, was added to the Institute. Part of the Institute’s remit is to organize international conferences, specialized seminars, and workshops. Its scholars serve on commissions, and on the field and academic councils of many universities, academies and other institutions. Likewise, when called upon, the Institute cooperates with organs of state and regional administrative bodies. In terms of its role with the universities, the most extensive cooperation is with the Institute of International Studies of the Faculty of Social Sciences and with the Institute of Political Science of the Philosophical Faculty (both of Charles University in Prague), with each of which the Institute has embarked on long-term joint projects. The Institute has its own unique library, which is open to the public and contains a wide collection of documents relating to contemporary history. This resource base is constantly being added to, particularly as far as post-1989 records are concerned. The Institute also brings out sets of books periodically, either at its own expense or in collaboration with commercial publishers. Since 1993 the Institute has published the field academic journal Soudobé dějiny (Contemporary History). In addition, the Institute works in tandem with similarly oriented foreign institutions, with some of which indeed it has long-term cooperative agreements.

country: Czech Republic
city: Praha

contact

Vlašská 9
11840 Praha Czech Republic
www.usd.cas.cz

Institute for Democracy, Media and Culture (IDMC)

The Institute for Democracy, Media & Culture (IDMC) is designed to support and promote the development of democratic values, the role and impact of media and culture, using an (...)
The Institute for Democracy, Media & Culture (IDMC) is designed to support and promote the development of democratic values, the role and impact of media and culture, using an interdisciplinary approach. IDMC aims to fulfill this mission through civic involvement, especially the younger generation, because we think that young people deserve more space and orientation to be active participants in policy making. The Institute for Democracy, Media & Culture was established in Tirana, in autumn 2014 as a non-profit and independent organization.

goals

The Institute aims to promote democratic values through the support and motivation the young generation towards new forms of political participation, using technology, new media (Fluid Democracy) in the service of reinforcing democracy in the 21st century. IDMC supports projects that encourage debate on democratic and social role that journalists and the media play in the period of new technologies. For IDMC culture plays a basic role in the political debate on strengthening democracy, especially that directly transport cultures memory of a people. The mission of IDMC is to encourage the younger generation to reflect on the communist past and the future through creative activities.
type: other
country: Albania
city: Tirana

contact

Rruga e Elbasanit, Pallati Edil-Alit
Tirana Albania
tel: +355 69 20 83780
e-mail: jonila.godole@idmc.al
Contact: Dr. Jonila Godole
www.idmc.al

Institute for Studies of the Recent Past

The Institute for Studies of the Recent Past is a none-governmental research organization founded in 2005. It encourages and supports research of modern Bulgarian history. With the (...)
The Institute for Studies of the Recent Past is a none-governmental research organization founded in 2005. It encourages and supports research of modern Bulgarian history. With the normalization of our political life, current verbal condemnations of Communism appear obsolete; they are prone to upset people and trigger accusations of primitive anti-Communism. We need to get beyond the superficial and provide, through serious studies of specific periods, events, social groups and people, a fresh view of the history of Communist ideas and Communist rule in Bulgaria.

goals

* Conduct research projects of different periods of modern Bulgarian history and provide organizational and financial support for teams of scientists or experts, as well as individual researchers, assigned to do this work. * Provide scientific, methodological and financial support for young specialists working in the field of modern Bulgarian history, including short-term grants and special seminars. * Publish books based on the results of research projects carried out by the Institute or thematically related to its interests. * Hold conferences and seminars based on the Institute's research projects or on related topics. * Organize exhibitions, thematically linked to modern Bulgarian history, as well as eventually founding a museum with documents and artefacts from the recent past. * Foster cooperation with similar institutions in other Eastern and Central European countries and Russia, in order to share expertise and work on joint research projects. * Establish a comprehensive database in the field of modern Bulgarian history, through questionnaires, interviews, archival studies, and a thorough examination of memoirs and books covering the period. * Present the results of the research teams' work to interested educational and other public institutions, as well as maintain a constant effort to disseminate them to the general public.
type: research centre
country: Bulgaria
city: Sofia

contact

24, Yuriy Venelin Str., vh.2, fl.2
1000 Sofia Bulgaria
tel: +359 2 9888273
e-mail: minaloto@gmail.com
Contact: Dimiter Dimov
http://minaloto.org

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