Romanian version of the reader Lest We Forget released

Prague/Timişoara, 26 November – The Platform of European Memory and Conscience has released the Romanian version of the reader Lest We Forget. Memory of Totalitarianism in Europe (Să nu uităm. Amintirea totalitarismului în Europa). It is so far the 9th language version…

Justice 2.0 project online working meeting

Prague, 22 October 2020 – Seventeen representatives of governmental, non-governmental and academic institutions from the Czech Republic, Germany, Poland, Romania, Slovenia and Ukraine participated during the JUSTICE 2.0 project online working meeting on 22 October. The participants discussed the current…

Platform 2020 annual meeting postponed

Prague, 19 October – Due to the current severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (Covid-19) situation in Europe, the annual Platform members council planned for 9-11 November in Prague has been postponed. The Platform Executive Board decision was adopted during…

The Platform is disturbed by the situation around Alexei Navalny

Prague,1 September – The Platform of European Memory and Conscience expresses its deepest concerns for the life of the Russian activist Alexei Navalny who was poisoned by a toxic substance, as confirmed by the Charite Hospital in Berlin. This situation reminds us that non-democratic governments…