A brief history

Czech Prime minister Petr Nečas: The years of totalitarianism were years of struggle for liberty

October 20, 2011
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Czech Prime minister Petr Nečas: The years of totalitarianism were years of struggle for liberty

  Platform of European Memory and Conscience founded in Prague on 14 October, 2011 Prague, 14 October, 2011. The Platform of European Memory and Conscience was formally established at a signing ceremony in the Lichtenstein Palace in Prague under the auspices of the Czech Prime minister Mr Petr Nečas and in the presence of...

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Platform of European Memory and Conscience to be established in Prague during the summit of the Prime ministers of the Visegrad group

September 29, 2011
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Prague, September 29, 2011 – Heads of 19 partner institutions and organisations specialised in the subject of totalitarian history from 13 EU member states will sign the founding document of the Platform of European Memory and Conscience in Prague on 14 October, 2011. The ceremony, which will take place in the presence of Prime...

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Platform of European Memory and Conscience – a brief history

August 17, 2011
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With the accession of the post-Communist countries to the EU in 2004, the legacy of Communism became an integral part of common European heritage. For the 10 new member states, the EU accession opened a new level on which to address the insufficient coming to terms with the totalitarian past in Central and Eastern...

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Presentation of the working group in Brussels

January 18, 2010
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Brussels, 18 January, 2010 -Members of the working group on the Platform of European Memory and Conscience made their first joint public appearance today at a press conference at the office of the Council of Europe in Brussels. They presented cases of crimes committed by communist regimes in individual countries by way of an...

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