Presentations of the international travelling exhibition “Totalitarianism in Europe”

November 17, 2013
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The travelling exhibition for viewing only (pdf, 10 MB).

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  • Toronto, City Hall, Canada – August 2016

  • Tusnád, Romania – July 2016

  • Budapest, Hungary, Parliament – May 2016

  • Strasbourg, France, Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe – April 2016

  • Washington, D.C., USA, Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation – May – June 2015

  • New York, USA, Czech Center – May 2015

  • Dublin, Ireland, European Parliament Information Office- December 2014 – January 2015

  • Riga, Latvia, Palace of Culture “Ziemelblazma”, Museum of Occupations, EU Presidency event – August – September 2014

  • Lviv, Ukraine – January 2014

  • Kiev, Ukraine – December 2013 – January 2014

  • Den Haag, Netherlands, De Boskant centre – November 2013

  • Berlin, Germany, Konrad Adenauer Foundation – October – November 2013

  • Vilnius, Lithuania,  Memorial Complex, Tuskulėnai Peace Park, EU Presidency event – August-September 2013

  • Tallinn, Estonia, Museum of Occupations – June – July 2013

  • Warsaw, Poland, Institute of National Remembrance  – May – June  2013

  • Oradea, Romania, University – March – April 2013

  • European Parliament, Brussels  – March 2013

  • Prague, Czech Republic, Faculty of Law, Charles University – February – March 2013

  • Kranj, Slovenia, Gorenjski Muzej – January – February 2013

  • Bratislava, Slovakia, Aréna Theatre – September – October 2012

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  • Exhibition feedback
  • “Excellent exhibition. I will try to convince the German-French School in Dublin to host it for some days.” – H.E. Mathias Höpfner, The German Ambassador to Ireland
  • “Thank you very much for the exhibition, it has a lot educational values and message to the Irish people.” – H.E. Tamás Magyarics, The Hungarian Ambassador to Ireland
  • “Thank you for the exhibition. It is a very important reminder of the horrors of totalitarianism on Europe on all its manifestations!” – H.E. Branimir Zaimov, The Bulgarian Ambassador to Ireland
  • “An exhibition to be seen by many more Irish people, students and professors alike.” H.E. Gints Apals, The Latvian Ambassador to Ireland
  • “Truly impressive exhibition, one of the best I`ve seen among the 20+ countries I`ve visited in Europe. Thumbs up!” – Justin Roy, Canada
  • “We learnt so much.” – Mary & Martin, UK
  • “A moving record of the suffering by a brave and relented nation. And a revelation too.” – Howard & Joan, UK
  • “Here I have seen a collection of criminal arsenal made of ourself. I am born 1942. Mother from Tallin. My home is Germany, Berlin. I am ashamed.” – Raimund Pernedev
  • “Leider learnt man auch hier, dass “homo homini lupus” ist.” – Albert Caposatti, Italy
  • “One clear lesson is that a perpetrator of these crimes faces very little chance of being punished for the crimes.” – Karl, USA
  • “Don`t stop teaching and remembering this. Greetings from Columbia.” – Jose

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