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The Right to Memory Campaign, organized by IICCMER and the Romanian Television, won the Prize of the President at the Gala of the Romanian Filmmakers Union

The Campaign The Right to Memory. Reasons for having a Museum of Communism in Bucharest, organized by IICCMER and the Romanian Television during May-June 2015, was awarded Prize of the President at the 2015 Gala of the Romanian Filmmakers Union. The campaign was also nominated for “Best TV documentary” and “Jury Special Prize”. The documentary […]

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The Exhibition Piteşti Phenomenon: between darkness and light could be visited on Sunday in Piteşti

On Sunday, April 24, 2016, at the Piteşti Prison Memorial, the Exhibition Piteşti Phenomenon: between darkness and light was open for the public. Organized by the Piteşti Prison Memorial Foundation with the support of the Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes and the Memory of the Romanian Exile (IICCMER), the exhibition provided the visitor with […]

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How do you represent communism in one image Poster Contest

The Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes and the Memory of the Romanian Exile (IICCMER) decided to launch a challenge addressed to young artists and more. The way in which today’s youth think about the totalitarian period is important not only because it reveals the degree of knowing and understanding a certain period that […]

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IICCMER launches its Volunteer and Mentorship Program for the Youth

The Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes and the Memory of the Romanian Exile (IICCMER) announced the launch of its Volunteer and Mentorship Program for the Youth, organized during April – August 2016. The first module will have a duration of three months, after which new sessions will be organized If you are under […]

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IICCMER launches the creation contest for highschool students “What communism meant for your family”

The Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes and the Memory of the Romanian Exile (IICCMER), in partnership with the Ministry of National Education and Scientific Research and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAS), launches a new national creation contest entitled “What communism meant for your family”, addressed to students in grades IX-XII. The creation contest […]

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The Photo Exhibition on the Destinies of Former Political Prisoners EXPUNERI, Available until April 22 at I.L.Caragiale National College in Bucharest

During April 5-22, 2016, IICCMER organizes, at I.L.Caragiale National College in Bucharest, the exhibition EXPUNERI [en. Displays], which presents the destinies of 30 political prisoners from communist Romania through family albums photographs, photos taken during detention or after their release. The project was initiated by our late beloved colleague Dana Cenuşă (National Administration of Penitentiaries). […]

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