The activity report 2021, the symposium Education for Tomorrow, a new reporting office for antigypsyism, an interview on the archive Forced Labor 1939-1945, news from the project Asking the Pope for Help - this and much more is waiting for you in edition 06/2022 of the EVZ Newsletter!
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Germans' memories of World War II are centered on events and places in Western Europe. This is a result of MEMO V. The fifth study on German culture of remembrance was presented today by the Insti-tute for Interdisciplinary Research on Conflict and Violence at Bielefeld University and the EVZ Foundation.
We invite you to browse through our new annual report: In 2021, we celebrated 1,700 years of Jewish life in Germany, were pleased to receive nine awards for our projects and partners, and looked back on 20 years of the Foundation's history with our award-winning anniversary website.
Activists at risk: The EVZ Fellowship Program is aimed at the EVZ Foundation project partners from Ukraine, Belarus, and Russia; it is experiencing active demand. Nine EVZ fellows were awarded a three-month scholarship each and were accepted by organizations in Germany, Hungary, Austria, Czech Republic, Lithuania, and England.
Dr. Kateryna Kobchenko from the online archive "Zwangsarbeit 1939-1945" at Freie Universität Berlin talks about a new interview sub-collection in which Western Ukrainian forced laborers talk about their experiences.
The EVZ Foundation supports players in international educational work throughout Europe in the process of finding answers to the major challenges of the present time; it has also brought them together for this purpose in an online symposium at the end of June. Conversations with experts that took place during the digital symposium are now online.