Members

As of 5 November 2019, the Platform of European Memory and Conscience has 62 Members from 20 countries of Europe and North America and 1 organisation with candidate status.

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Albania:

  1. Institute for Democracy, Media & Culture
  2. Institute for the Integration of Persecuted People in Albania
  3. MEMO Center
  4. The Institute for the Studies of Communist Crimes and Consequences

Bulgaria:

Membership frozen by Member: Hannah Arendt Center – Sofia

Canada:

  1. Czech and Slovak Association of Canada
  2. Black Ribbon Day Foundation

Czech Republic:

  1. Association of Former Soldiers of the Auxilliary Technical Battallions – Military Forced Labour Camps with Seat in Prague
  2. Centre for Documentation of Totalitarian Regimes
  3. Confederation of Political Prisoners of the Czech Republic
  4. Memory (Paměť)
  5. Political Prisoners.eu
  6. Post bellum
  7. Prague Academic Club 48
  8. Security Services Archive
  9. The Memory Traces

former Members:

Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes (cancelled its membership as of 26 February 2014)
Union of Auxilliary Technical Units  – Military Forced Labour Camps (discontinued its activities as of December 2016)

Estonia:

  1. Estonian Institute of Historical Memory
  2. Kistler-Ritso Eesti Foundation. Museum of Occupations

former Member:

Unitas Foundation (member until 2016), merged with the Estonian Institute of Historical Memory

France:

Germany:

  1. Berlin-Hohenschönhausen Memorial
  2. Hannah Arendt Society
  3. International Association of Former Political Prisoners and Victims of Communism
  4. Meetingpoiont Music Messiaen
  5. Saxon Memorial Foundation for the Remembrance of Victims of Political Tyranny
  6. The Federal Commissioner for the Records of the State Security Service of the former GDR
  7. Union of the Associations of the Victims of Communist Tyranny (UOKG)

Hungary:

  1. Hungarian Committee of National Remembrance
  2. The Public Foundation for the Research of Central and East European History and Society – House of Terror Museum

Iceland:

Italy

Latvia:

  1. Koknese Foundation
  2. The Occupation Museum Association of Latvia
  3. The Occupation of Latvia Research Society

Lithuania:

  1. Genocide and Resistance Research Centre of Lithuania
  2. Secretariat of The International Commission for the Evaluation of the Crimes of the Nazi and Soviet Occupation Regimes in Lithuania

Moldova:

Netherlands:

Poland:

  1. Institute of National Remembrance
  2. Polish History Museum
  3. Remembrance and Future Institute
  4. Warsaw Rising Museum
  5. Witold Pilecki Center for Totalitarian Studies
  6. Fundacja Ośrodka KARTA

Romania:

  1. Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes and the Memory of the Romanian Exile
  2. The Memorial to the Victims of Communism and to the Anticommunist Resistance
  3. Timisoara Society
  4. Former Deportees from Baragan Association
  5. Pitești Prison Memorial Foundation

Slovakia:

  1. Inconspicous Heroes
  2. Ján Langoš Foundation
  3. Nation’s Memory Institute
  4. Truc sphérique
  5. Living Memory

Slovenia:

  1. Nova slovenska zaveza
  2. Study Centre for National Reconciliation

Sweden:

Ukraine:

  1. Center for Research on the Liberation Movement
  2. Foundation to Preserve the History of Maidan
  3. Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar People
  4. National museum “Holodomor Victims Memorial”
  5. Ukrainian Institute of National Remembrance

United States of America:

  1. Joint Baltic American National Committee
  2. Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation