The Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes and the Memory of the Romanian Exile
Events
The opening of “Remember – the Communisation of the Country of Făgăraş’’ exhibition

The Negru-Vodă Cultural Foundation in Făgăraş, the Memorial of the Anticommunist Resistance of the Făgăraş Country, in partnership with the IICCR, the Local Council and the Făgăraş Townhall, the Library of Transylvania University in Braşov, the Museum of Ethnography in Braşov, Radio Star in Făgăraş and the Făgăraş TV station organised the opening of the […]

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International Conference “Twenty Years After: Central and Eastern European Communist Regimes as a Shared Legacy”

Prague, 6-7 October 2009 The Conference focused on the legacy of the non-democratic past of Central European countries. Taking into account the more common approaches stressing the radical nature of ruptures accompanying the demise of the communist regimes in the region, twenty years after the Fall, both the scientific community and the Central and Eastern […]

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The Condemnation of Communist Crimes and the Application of International Crimes Debate

The Konrad Adenauer Foundation, the Lawful State Program in south-eastern Europe and  the Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes in Romania organised the debate entitled “The Condemnation of Communist Crimes and the Application of International Crimes”. The discussions were attended by: Marius Oprea, president of the IICCR; Cristian Parvulescu, National School of Political and […]

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The public hearing “European Conscience and Crimes of Totalitarian Communism: 20 years after”

On 18 March 2009, at the European Parliament’s headquarters in Bruxelles the public hearing “European Conscience and Crimes of Totalitarian Communism: 20 Years After” took place. The hearing was organised by the Czech presidency of the European Union. Representatives from the Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes and the Security Services Archive from Czech […]

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Behind the Iron Curtain. 20 Years after the Fall of Communism

Between 15 and 19 January 2009, Dschungel Wien, the most important theater for children and youngsters within Museumsquartier (the tenth largest cultural area in the world), hosted a series of events entitled Behind the Iron Curtain. The events were organized by the Romanian Cultural Institute in Vienna in collaboration with the Cultural Association Ensemble Europa, […]

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