News from the Foundation

  1. Obituary of Éva Fahidi-Pusztai

    We mourn the death of Éva Fahidi-Pusztai, who passed away on September 11 at the age of 97. The Holocaust survivor and former forced laborer was constantly engaged against the forgetting of the Holocaust and warned against right-wing populism and right-wing violence.

  2. Future Lab: The EVZ Foundation's Funding Commitment in Ukraine

    The commitment of Ukrainian civil society is enormous, both on the ground and in exile. How can the EVZ Foundation best align its support to the needs of its committed partners? These and other questions were the focus of a two-day workshop with experts in Berlin at the beginning of July.

  3. Prisoners of war in World War II

    According to the organization Kontakty which is concerned with the victims of National Socialism, only 15 prisoners of war of World War II are still alive in Ukraine. On behalf of the EVZ Foundation, the journalist Lesya Kharchenko met with Oleksandr Pavlovych Khomenko, a former prisoner of war.

  4. Congratulations to the winners of the Nobel Peace Prize

    We congratulate the Center for Civil Liberties, MEMORIAL and human rights lawyer Ales Bialiatski on the Nobel Peace Prize! The commitment to human rights, to dialogue and to a peaceful and values-based Europe unites us - in the past, present and future.

Our events

  1. Exhibition

    The mobile exhibition "For Real? - Virtual Encounter with historical eyewitnesses" will tour the state of Brandenburg in the fall of 2023. Drop in and meet historical eyewitnesses from a new, digital perspective.

  2. Education Agenda on NS-Injustice

    The Network- and Inputmeeting with all the currently funded projects through the Education Agenda on NS-Injustice is taking place this year as well. In Berlin, far away from Zoom, everyone has the opportunity to get to know each other and to share best practices from their projects.

  3. Conference

    The European Network Remembrance and Solidarity (Warsaw) and the Federal Institute for Culture and History of the Germans in Eastern Europe, in cooperation with the Humboldt Forum Foundation, are organizing an international forum on the culture of remembrance in Europe. The aim of the event from 16th to 17th October is to highlight the diversity of perspectives in Europe and to discuss current challenges in the field. The focus will also be on the opportunities that arise from a joint debate and dialogue.