Three Questions for

In our column "Three Questions for ..." project partners report what they think selected funding approaches achieve.

News from our projects

  1. Three Questions for... Dr. Michael Gander

    Dr. Michael Gander, director of the project "From a Place of Jubilation to a Place of Injustice – Forced Labor Camps on Soccer Pitches and Sports Fields" of the Gestapokeller and Augustaschacht Memorials speaks about historical links between football and NS forced labor as well as today's soccer fan scenes.

  2. Three Questions for Prof. Dr. Benjamin Lahusen

    In an interview, Prof. Dr. Benjamin Lahusen, head of the project "Recht ohne Recht" at the European University Viadrina, explains why the restitution of art is particularly difficult in the case of Nazi looted property, how the project "Law without Law" addresses this issue, and how it can make an important contribution to the debate.

  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. 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.

  5. 3 Questions for... Annegret Wulff

    In this interview, Annegret Wulff, managing director of the MitOst association, talks about the consequences of the war in Ukraine for cooperation with Central and Eastern European partners and the Vidnova Fellowship.

  6. 3 Questions for... Peter Römer

    In his interview, Peter Römer of the Villa ten Hompel talks to us about how the project "Das geht mich ja was an!" raises awareness among employees of the police and judiciary against antisemitism.