All Articles about Remembrance
Simulation Games for Teaching Human Rights and Active Citizenship in Post-Soviet Moldova
Senior Fellow Zachariah Falconer-Stout helped organize the creation and deployment of two simulation games on human rights and active citizenship in Moldova.
Break the Cycle
Break the Cycle is an event to raise awareness about the access to rights for those who suffered sexual violence during the war in Bosnia.
Poetry of the City
"Poetry of the City” is an art project that focuses on drawing attention to walls in public space and securing the memory of the city of Sarajevo.
8 Stories That Have Not Changed the World
8 Stories That Have Not Changed the World is a film meant to meet representatives of the oldest, most diverse Jewish generation and talk with them about their youth and life before the Second World War.
The White Rose Remembrance Project
Senior Fellow Yasmin Hoffmann created The White Rose Remembrance Project: "And yet their spirit lives on," determined to uphold the remembrance of the resistance group and remind society how important it is to defend democratic values.
Holocaust Identification Cards
Inspired by the Holocaust Identification Cards that are given at the entrance of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, this project aims to emphasize the importance of remembrance, and tries to enhance the reader's ability to depict and relate to the universal concept of loss.
Stumbling Stones for Thessaloniki
Stumbling Stones for Thessaloniki, created by Senior Fellows Regina Frentzou and Evanthia Panagiotou, aims to commemorate the victims of the Holocaust in Greece.
The Anne Frank Project Posznań
The Anne Frank Project Posznań, created by Senior Fellows Sudip Bhandari and Łukasz Niparko, is a intensive educational program for young people to learn about Jewish history in Poland, tolerance, and how to react when encountering Antisemitism.
Space & Memory: The Presence of Jewish Absence in Poland's Contemporary Landscape
Humanity in Action Senior Fellows Łukasz Posłuszny, Michelle Shofet, and Marissa Sophie Schneiderman created this project, sought to re-conceptualize the ways of remembering the war and the Holocaust, and to discuss social aesthetics of monuments and alternative forms of memory in the context of trauma, and on the other hand it also promoted tolerance among young people and a desire to fight anti-Semitism.
Untangling Emotional History: How President Sarkozy’s Failed Memory Initiative Illuminates France’s Continuing Struggle with the Holocaust