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Read the Guidelines for international discourse on history and memory and join the signatories!

To this day, the document was signed by: 

  • dr Florin Abraham, historian, member of the Board of the National Council for the Study of the Securitate Archives (CNSAS), member of the ENRS Steering Committee (Romania),
  • Hannelore Brenner-Wonschick, author, Room 28 Projects (Germany),
  • Miran Butka, Researcher, Foreign and Public Relations specialist, Institute for the Studies of Communist Crimes and Consequences (Albania),
  • Elira Çanga, journalist and media expert (Albania),
  • dr Ludmila D. Cojocaru, associate professor, Institute of Social History ProMemoria, Moldova State University, Project Director of the State Program "Recovering and Historical Investigation of the Memory of Totalitarian-Communist Regime’s Victims in the Moldavian SSR (1940-1941, 1944-1953). Researches in the Localities from the Central Area of the Republic of Moldova" (Republic of Moldova),
  • Matei Dan, history teacher (Romania),
  • Mihai Dragomir, former director of the Râşnov Historical Film Festival (Romania),
  • dr Stephan Eisel, politician, member of the ENRS Advisory Board (Germany),
  • Mónika Endrei, history teacher (Hungary),
  • Michał Gilewski, PhD Student, MA, Faculty of History (Poland),
  • Jonila Godole, executive director of the Institute for Democracy, Media and Culture, IDMC (Albania),
  • prof. Peter Haslinger, historian, director of the Herder Institute (Marburg, Germany), member of the ENRS Academic Council,
  • Aneta Hoffmann, PhD candidate, MA (Poland),
  • prof. Josef Höchtl, professor of social economy, politician, member-observer of the ENRS Advisory Board (Austria),
  • Viliam Jablonický, historian, journalist and art. critic, member of the ENRS Academic Council (Slovakia),
  • Entela Kaleshi, sociologist, PhD Student, Institute for Change and Leadership in Albania (Albania),
  • prof. dr Stefan Karner, Head of Departement of Business History, University of Graz; Director of the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for the Research of Consequences of War, Graz-Vienna (Austria),
  • dr Georgia Kipouropoulou, history teacher (Greece),
  • Iosif Király, visual artist, associate professor at The National University of Arts in Bucharest (Romania),
  • dr Réka Földváryné Kiss, historian, Chairman of the National Committee of Remembrance, member of the ENRS Steering Committee (Hungary),
  • Mimoza Kociu, journalist, ABC News TV Channel (Albania),
  • dr Katarzyna Korzeniewska, historian, translator, analyst of Polish-Lithuanian relations, editor of the Polish Diplomatic Review (Poland),
  • Robert Kostro, historian, director of the Polish History Museum, member of the ENRS Advisory Board (Poland),
  • Erzsébet Kozma, Christian Intellectuals' Association (KÉSZ) (Hungary),
  • dr Ondrej Krajňák, movie director and historian, Chairman of the Slovak Nation’s Memory Institute, member of the ENRS Steering Committee (Slovakia),
  • Bartłomiej Krzysztan, PhD candidate, MA, University of Wrocław (Poland),
  • Neringa Latvytė-Gustaitienė, PhD student at Vilnius University Faculty of Communication, Head of History Research Department at Vilna Gaon State Jewish Museum (Lithuania),
  • prof. Róbert Letz, historian, member of the ENRS Academic Council (Slovakia),
  • Dzintra Liepina, history teacher (Latvia),
  • Csaba Loppert, president of Anna Kéthly Society (Hungary),
  • Sarah Lorimer, researcher, Project Officer at LOCA (Ireland)
  • Keith Lowe, historian, author of ‘Savage Continent: Europe in the Aftermath of World War II’ (Great Britain),
  • dr Luz Maceira-Ochoa, independent scholar (Mexico/Spain),
  • prof. Paweł Machcewicz, historian, professor at the Polish Academy of Sciences (Poland),
  • Eystein Markusson, Director of Narvik Centre of War and Peace (Norway),
  • dr Zoltán Maruzsa, historian, politologist, Secretary of State in the Hungarian Ministry of Human Capacities, member of the ENRS Advisory Board (Hungary),
  • prof. Sattar Mazhitov, historian, General Director of the International Institute for Integration of Socio-Humanitarian Researches "Intellect Orda" (Republic of Kazakhstan),
  • Markus Meckel, theologian, politician, chairman of the ENRS Advisory Board (Germany),
  • Alexandra Morehead, independent scholar (USA), 
  • dr Angeliki Mouzakiti, lecturer of Modern Greek Language, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iaşi (Romania),
  • Marek Mutor, director of the Memory and Future Centre (Poland),
  • Davjola Ndoja, MA, independent researcher (Albania),
  • Andrii Nekoliak, MA, Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University in Kharkiv and Johan Skytte Institute of Political Studies of University of Tartu, Estonia (Ukraine),
  • prof. Andrzej Nowak, professor of humanities, historian, journalist, member of the ENRS Advisory Board (Poland),
  • dr Michał Nowosielski, sociologist, director of the Institute for Western Affairs in Poznań (Poland),
  • Florentin Olteanu, teacher, president of the Fundaţia Culturală "Negru Vodă" Făgăraş (Romania),
  • prof. Andrzej Paczkowski, researcher (Poland),
  • Nicolae Pepene, director of Brasov History Museum (Romania),
  • dr Tetiana Perga, senior researcher, State institution Institute of the World History of Ukraine’s Academy of Science (Ukraine),
  • prof. Attila Pók, historian, deputy director of the Institute of History, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, chairman of the ENRS Academic Council (Hungary),
  • prof. Valentina Pricopie, senior researcher, Romanian Academy, Institute of Sociology (Romania),
  • dr Oliver Reisner, professor of European & Caucasian Studies, Ilia State University (Georgia),
  • Rafał Rogulski, director of the ENRS Secretariat (Poland),
  • prof. Wojciech Roszkowski, historian, economist and politician, former MEP (Poland),
  • prof. Jan Rydel, historian, chairman of the ENRS Steering Committee (Poland),
  • Constantin Schmidt, trainer (Germany),
  • dr Irena Šentevska, independent researcher (Serbia),
  • Katrin Sippel, MA, general secretary of the Austrian Society for Exile Studies (Austria),
  • dr Monika Stafa, researcher, Centre of Albanological Studies (Albania),
  • prof. Dariusz Stola, historian, director of the POLIN Museum of the Polish Jews, member of the ENRS Academic Council (Poland),
  • Gentjana Sula, deputy minister of Welfare and Youth of Albania, member-observer of the ENRS Advisory Board (Albania),
  • prof. Bogdan Szlachta, Professor of Humanities, Dean of the Faculty of International and Political Studies at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, member of the Academia Europaea in London (Poland),
  • prof. Henryk Szlajfer, economist and political scientist, professor at the University of Warsaw (Poland),
  • Lolita Tomsone, director of Žanis Lipke Memorial (Latvia),
  • Hartmut Topf, freelance writer and journalist, Förderkreis Erinnerungsort Topf&Söhne (Germany),
  • prof. Barbara Törnquist-Plewa, director of Center for European Studies, Lund University (Sweden),
  • Naum Trajanovski, PhD candidate, GSSR, Polish Academy of Sciences (Poland),
  • prof. Stefan Troebst, historian, Slavicist, deputy director of Centre for History and Culture of Central-Eastern Europe in Leipzig, member of the ENRS Academic Council (Germany),
  • dr Oldřich Tůma, historian, director of the Institute for Contemporary History, Czech Academy of Sciences, member-observer in the ENRS Academic Council (Czech Rep.),
  • Marian Turza, Slovak Nation’s Memory Institute (Slovakia),
  • prof. Kazimierz Michał Ujazdowski, professor of law, politician, MEP, member of the ENRS Advisory Board (Poland),
  • Anikó Vén, member of Association of Hungarian Political Prisoners (POFOSZ) (Hungary),
  • István Vén, inventor, survivor of Hungarian revolution 1956, member of Association of Hungarian Political Prisoners (POFOSZ) (Hungary),
  • Sandra Vokk, MSc Social Anthropology, CEO of the Unitas Foundation (Estonia),
  • prof. dr Matthias Weber, historian, Germanist, director of the Federal Institute for Culture and History of the Germans in Eastern Europe, member of the ENRS Steering Committee (Germany),
  • Ronald Wendorf, editor-in-chief of the Osteuropakanal (Germany),
  • prof. Joanna Wojdon, historian, professor at the University of Wrocław (Poland).
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