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The Multidimensional Remembrance Monitor (2)

02. Dec. 2019
Michael Papendick and Dr. Jonas Rees

Memorial sites of former concentration camps are emotional points of contact with German history. The culture of remembrance in Germany, widely appreciated internationally, is grounded in numerous state-funded institutions and an extremely vital civil society engagement. But what do we know about its impact on the attitudes of Germans?

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Ukraine struggles to adopt Transitional Justice mechanisms

15. Nov. 2019
Interview with Oleg Martynenko

Experts from the Ukrainian Helsinki Union for Human Rights, supported by the Ombudsman Office, drafted a bill on Transitional Justice to initiate further legislation and a peacebuilding process. While compensation and criminal prosecution are important objectives, truth and dealing with the past are still on hold due to a lack of European support. We talk to Oleg Martynenko, one of the co-authors of the draft bill.

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Red lights and diapraxis

15. Nov. 2019
Dana Jirouš

“I saw that it was possible to create conditions in which we can show our feelings without killing each other.” Talking to each other and engaging in joint action in the midst of a violent conflict – this project has been bringing together women from Ukraine, Russia and other European countries since 2015."

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The Auschwitz Institute for Peace and Reconciliation

08. Nov. 2019
Rob Scharf

AIPR collaborates with government officials on a global scale to provide them with concrete tools for action, for example, in Kenya and in the United States.

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The Multidimensional Remembrance Monitor (1) - Divided (in) Remembrance

05. Nov. 2019
Michael Papendick and Dr. Jonas Rees

The culture of remembrance in Germany, widely appreciated internationally, is grounded in numerous state-funded institutions and an extremely vital civil society engagement. But what do we know about its impact on the attitudes of [ordinary?] Germans? Researchers in Bielefeld have begun to study this question systematically and have developed the Multidimensional Remembrance Monitor (MEMO) for this purpose. They present some of their findings in a series of five short articles.

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