News from our projects

  1. Report: YOUNG PEOPLE remember

    Transnational learning at historical sites of National Socialist persecution and extermination and also matters of European culture(s) of remembrance are at the center of the program. We followed up on projects that have already been completed: We delved into the biographies of heroes, visited the Naliboki Forest in Belarus, and learned astonishing…

  2. Local History: Tact and Endurance

    The local.history funding program enables the EVZ Foundation to support local and regional history initiatives in Central and Eastern Europe. Where are the gaps in our cultures of remembrance and the forgotten places of Nationalist Socialist history? Sponsors from Poland report.

  3. 3 Questions for... Evelyne Paradis

    In this interview, Evelyne Paradis, Executive Director of ILGA-Europe, talks about the situation of LGBTIQ self-organizations in Central and Eastern Europe and what changes are needed to improve the situation of LGBTIQ communities.

  4. Centropa: Kick-off Conference in Kraków

    The kick-off conference for the MemoryLanes project was held in Poland at the end of November: 70 young people from Serbia, Germany and Poland learned about the city's Jewish heritage in the context of European culture(s) of remembrance. In interactive workshops, they planned their own remembrance projects in their home countries.

  5. 3 Questions for Angela Jannelli

    In the interview, Angela Jannelli - curator at the Frankfurt Historical Museum - talks about the memory platform that was created as part of the project " Frankfurt und der Nationalsozialismus" (Frankfurt and National Socialism) and how civil society groups can be supported in their memory work.

  6. Photo of the Month: „Unter uns. Unsichtbar?“

    In the production of the fourth part of the series "Fragile Verbindungen" [Fragile Connections], the ensemble of the Junges Schauspiel Frankfurt with the theater project "Unter uns. Unsichtbar?" [In Community] remembers the year 1944, when 50,000 people were forced to carry out forced labor in Frankfurt.

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