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EUROPEAN REMEMBRANCE. 3rd Symposium of European institutions dealing with 20th-century history ‘Europe between War and Peace 1914-2004. Turning Points in 20th Century European [...]

Conference Venue: Czernin Palace, Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Prague  Today Marci Shore, American historian specializing in the history of Eastern Europe and lecturer at Yale University (USA), opened the international symposium „European Remembrance” in Prague with the keynote lecture. The main question she has put was ‘Should we open the closet of the past?’.  Focusing […]

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Students of “Jean Monnet” high school, on a visit to IICCMER

On April 10th, The Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes and Memory of the Romanian Exile (IICCMER) was visited by a group of students from “Jean Monnet” high school in Bucharest. On this occasion, the students watched the short film Half Shaved (Tuns, ras şi frezat), directed by Bogdan Mureșanu, and talked to the IICCMER experts.

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Members of the European Law Students’ Association on a visit to IICCMER

On April 8th, The Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes and Memory of the Romanian Exile received the visit of a group of Romanian and Dutch students, part of the European Law Students’ Association (ELSA), interested in finding out more information about the activity of the Institute and the communist period. The IICCMER experts […]

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Şcoala Altfel (A different school) Educational Program at IICCMER: Human Rights in the Recent History of Romania

The Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes and Memory of the Romanian Exile (IICCMER), in partnership with the Ministry of National Education, is currently undertaking in Bran the program “A Different School: Human Rights in the Recent History of Romania”, addressed to high school students. Until April 10th, 20 students from all across the […]

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First press conference held by the new Executive President of IICCMER, Radu Preda

The Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes and Memory of the Romanian Exile (IICCMER) organized, on April 2nd, the first press conference held by the new Executive President, Mr. Radu Preda, who presented the plans and future courses of action for the institution. Among the priorities is researching the “ideology and manifestations of the […]

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IICCMER organized a new training program addressed to teachers in Buzău

Through these training and advanced courses, IICCMER aims to contribute to the acknowledgement of the values represented by human rights among teachers, as well as students, and to develop an education model fundamentally different from that of the paternalist education. The starting point is the retrospective-critical view on the status of human rights during the […]

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