Alexandru Visinescu, 89, convicted of crimes against humanity for deaths of political prisoners at Râmnicu Sărat between 1956 and 1963. Click here for full article.
BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) — A court on Friday set a 20-year sentence for a communist-era prison commander convicted of crimes against humanity in the deaths of 12 inmates, in the first such trial in Romania. Click here for full article.
A former Communist-era prison commander has been sentenced to 20 years in jail after being convicted of crimes against humanity in the first such trial in Romania. Click here for full article.
Summer school students at top of Fagaras-Saturday, held between 5-12 July 2015 of the Institute for the investigation of Communist crimes and the memory of the Romanian exile (1989 ROMANIAN REVOLUTION), in cooperation with Konrad Adenauer Foundation, cultural foundation "Dumpweed" Făgăraş and Anti-communist Resistance Memorial "land of Făgăraş", created in the Fagaras Fortress Dungeon Tower […]
The Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes and Memory of the Romanian Exile (IICCMER) announces the release of the 5th issue of its English yearbook History of Communism in Europe, on the topic Narratives of Legitimation in Totalitarian Regimes – Heroes, Villains, Intrigues and Outcomes. Based on case studies, the volume analyzes and explores grand narratives […]
He was born in Galați and lives in Cluj-Napoca. He graduated from high school and the Faculty of Theology in Bucharest, then his PhD in Germany, in Cluj, and post-doctoral studies in Greece. He is Associate Professor, founding director of INTER and member of the Board of Directors of the European Forum of Orthodox Schools of Theology […]