Representatives of the Platform

October 26, 2011
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Representatives of the Platform of European Memory and Conscience elected on 19 November 2015:

President:

Göran Lindblad

Göran Lindblad, Sweden, former MP and former Chairman, Political Affairs Committee of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe

Executive Board:

Toomas Hiio, Estonia, Member of the Board, Estonian Institute of Historical Memory

Zsolt Szilágyi, Romania, Head of Cabinet of László Tőkés, Vice-President of the European Parliament

Siegfried Reiprich, Germany, Director, Saxon Memorial Foundation for the Remembrance of Victims of Political Tyranny

Paweł Ukielski, Poland, Deputy Director, Warsaw Rising Museum

(member of the Executive Board October 2011 – November 2015: Andreja Valič Zver, Slovenia, Director, Study Centre for National Reconciliation)

Managing Director:

Neela Winkelmann-Heyrovská, Czech Republic

Supervisory Board:

Valters Nollendorfs, Latvia, Chairman of the Board of Directors, The Occupation Museum Association of Latvia

Marek Mutor, Poland, Director, Remembrance and Future Institute

Miroslav Lehký, Slovakia, Ján Langoš Foundation


Board of Trustees:

 

 

Sandra Kalniete, Latvia, Member of the European Parliament, former Latvian Minister of Foreign Affairs and EU Commissioner

 

 

Vytautas Landsbergis, Lithuania, former leader of the democratic opposition, former Member of the European Parliament, former President of Lithuania

 

 

Tunne Kelam, Estonia, Member of the European Parliament, former leader of the democratic opposition and Member of Parliament

 

 

László Tőkés, Romania, Member of the European Parliament, Bishop of Temesvár, leader of the democratic opposition in the 1989 revolution

 

 

Milan Zver, Slovenia, Member of the European Parliament, former Minister of Education and Sports

 

 


Paweł Robert Kowal
, Poland, Member of the European Parliament

 

 

Werner Schulz, Germany, former Member of the European Parliament, former East German dissident

 

 

Monica Macovei, Romania, Member of the European Parliament, former Minister of Justice

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Radvilė Morkūnaitė-Mikulėnienė, Lithuania, former Member of the European Parliament

 

 

Martin Mejstřík, Czech Republic, student leader of the 1989 “Velvet revolution”, former Senator

 

 

Alexandr Vondra, Czech Republic, Minister of Defence, former dissident, former Minister of Foreign Affairs

 

 

Wojciech Roszkowski, Poland, former Solidarność leader, historian, former Member of the European Parliament

 

 

Stéphane Courtois, France, historian, author of the “Black book of Communism”

 

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Anne Applebaum
, Great Britain, journalist and Pullitzer-Prize winning author

 

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Janez Janša, Slovenia, former dissident, former Prime Minister of Slovenia

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Ondřej Vetchý, Czech Republic, award-winning actor

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