The Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes and the Memory of the Romanian Exile
Events
“Overcoming Dictatorships – Encounter of Poets, Artists and Writers” Workshop, Bucharest, 7-9 December 2007

“Overcoming Dictatorships – Encounter of Poets, Artists and Writers” is a program supported by the European Union, whose main purpose is to facilitate the intercultural exchange between artists, poets and writers from different ex-communist European countries. The participating countries are the Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Poland, Hungary, and Romania. During the meetings that are organized […]

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The International Conference “Ways to Consider Communism”

Thursday, 15 November 2007, the House of Parliament accommodated the International Conference “Ways to Consider Communism”, an event organised this autumn by the Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes in Romania. The aim of the international conference Ways to Consider Communism was to debate on the issue of the crimes of communism as crimes […]

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Reading between the lines: Echoes of the 1956 events in Romania.

The Romanian Cultural Institute and the Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes in Romania with the support of the National Council for Studying the Securitate Archives, the Embassy of the Polish Republic in Romania, the Italian Cultural Institute and the Romanian Ministry of Culture and Religious Affairs are organizing during the 9 October 2007 […]

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What does Communism mean to me? – The Awards Ceremony

On 1 June 2007 the Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes in Romania awarded the finalists of the essay and graphic arts contest entitled What does Communism mean to me?. From the 500 graphic works enlisted in the Drawing and Graphic Arts Section of the contest, 150 were selected in order to be displayed […]

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Gulag and Holocaust in Romanian Conscience

During 24-27 May 2007, Phantasma, the Research Centre of the Imaginary in Cluj, organised the symposium Gulag and Holocaust in Romanian Conscience, which represented a national premiere among similar cultural events. For the first time, the two horrors of the 20th century, approached in relation to Romanian experience, were being analysed and discussed upon jointly, […]

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