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October 2017

Seminar on “The Role of NGOs in Remembrance of the Holocaust”

October 22 - October 28

The Council of Europe - within the context of the program "Remembrance of the Holocaust and Prevention of Crimes Against Humanity" -  has organised a seminar along with the Polish Ministry of Education, the Krakow pedagogical University and the Auschwitz-Birkenau International Centre which looks at "the Role of NGOs in…

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Dictatorship and democracy: Transitions and politics of memory in Ibero-america

October 28 - October 29
Sala Bernardo Sassetti, São Luiz Teatro Municipal, R. António Maria Cardoso 38
Lisboa, 1200-027 Portugal
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Organized by the Museu do Aljube and the Institute of Contemporary History of the Universidade Nova de Lisboa, this international meeting will discuss memory and history in the context Europe and Latin America, with a specific focus on the continued defence of human rights, peace, and solidarity in former dictatorships in the regions. The conference…

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November 2017

Conflict Matters Conference in London

November 8 - November 10
Friends House, 173-177 Euston Road
London, NW1 2BJ United Kingdom
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Taking place every two years, Conflict Matters - organised by the Evens Foundation - is a conference exploring the transformative potential of conflict on societies and individuals. This year, the conference will focus on the theme of conflict transformation through education. The three day event, taking place in London from…

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NEMO’s 25th Annual Conference

November 9 - November 12

The Network of European Museum Organisations - a partner of EUROCLIO - will hold its 25th Annual Conference on the 9th-12th of November this year in Ghent, Belgium, exploring the theme of "The Value of Museum Collections". See the event announcement from NEMO below for more information, and be sure to…

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