Winning entries of the competition for a proposal of a pan-European memorial to the victims of totalitarianism

The Platform of European Memory and Conscience together with the Slovak Ministry of Justice on behalf of the Slovak Presidency of the Council of the European Union, in cooperation with the European Shoah Legacy Institute and under the auspices of EU Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport Mr Tibor Navracsics announced a competition for a proposal of a pan-European memorial to the victims of totalitarianism to be erected Brussels. European students aged 16-21 were invited to submit their entries by 10 July 2016. The winning entries were exhibited at the European Day of Remembrance for the Victims of Totalitarianism event on 22-23 August 2016 Bratislava.

Anna Korbašová (Slovak Republic)

Entry No. 1

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Author`s explanation of the proposal.

Entry No. 2

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Author`s explanation of the proposal.

Daniel Knizner (Slovak Republic)

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Author`s explanation of the proposal.

 Michaela Kacsiová (Slovak Republic)

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Milan Chrobák (Czech Republic)

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Author`s explanation of the proposal.

Štepán Šmejkal (Czech Republic)

 Stepan-Smejkal-entry

Author`s explanation of the proposal.

 

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Presentation of the winning entries
Bratislava, 22-23 August 2016