The Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes and the Memory of the Romanian Exile
Events
The 1990 Mineriade: Street Violence and Civic Resistance

Twenty years have passed since the 1990 Mineriade. On 14 June 2010, the Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes and the Memory of the Romanian Exile organised the debate entitled The 1990 Mineriade: Street Violence and Civic Resistance. Mr. Cătălin Avramescu (Romanian Presidency), Mr. Andrei Cornea (University of Bucharest), Ms. Rodica Culcer (Romanian Television), […]

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IICCMER exhibition: June 1990, 13th-15th. Crime Scene Investigation

The story we are about to tell you is not a pretty one. As you enter the exhibition in the University Passage (June 12th – 27th, 2010), be prepared to hear about lies, violence, hatred, and dead bodies. Twenty years ago, Bucharest was the scene of inconceivable violence, which the post-communist power perpetrated against hundreds […]

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The Monica Lovinescu Conferences – June 2010

The Monica Lovinescu Conferences, organised by the IICCMER, are a tribute to the anti-totalitarian fight led by Monica Lovinescu and Virgil Ierunca as co-ordinating editors of well-known cultural broadcasts of Radio Free Europe, starting with the 1960s. The first Conference within the series took place on 2 June 2010, at the headquarters of the IICCMER. […]

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(Hi)stories and Reconciling Memories. The German and Romanian Communities of Sântana Photo Exhibition

On 25 November 2010, the Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes and the Memory of the Romanian Exile, in collaboration with the Faculty of Political Science within the University of Bucharest, opened the photographic exhibition entitled (Hi)stories and Reconciling Memories. The German and Romanian Communities of Sântana. The exhibition was based on the field […]

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The International Conference “Crimes of the Communist Regimes”

In the interval 24-26 February 2010, the International Conference Crimes of the Communist Regimes took place in Prague (The Czech Republic). The event was organised by the Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes and  partner institutions from the working group on the Platform of European Memory and Conscience. The Conference aimed at presenting an […]

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