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1210, 2017

The Best Specialists in the History of Science, at the International Conference Breaking the Wall: A National and Transnational Perspective on East-European Science (1945-1990)

12 October 2017|Conferences, Events, General Public, Press releases|

During October 11-12, 2017, The Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes and the Memory of the Romanian Exile, the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAS), Faculté des Lettres, Langues et Sciences Humaines – Université D’Angers and Centre de Recherches Historiques de l’Ouest (CERHIO) organized, in Bucharest, the International Conference Breaking the wall: A national and transnational perspective on East-European Science (1945-1990). The event reunited the best specialists in the history of science from various areas: history, biology, medicine, genetics, sociology, philosophy, in order to get a larger perspective over the way politics and scientific research influenced each other during the communist regime in [...]

411, 2016

Opération Villages Roumains: A model of European solidarity The reaction against the communist project of systematizing the villages (1988-1989)

4 November 2016|Carousel news, Conferences, Events, General Public, IICCMER events about exile, Press releases|

Bucharest, October 21, 2016. The Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes and the Memory of the Romanian Exile (IICCMER) organizes on Thursday, November 3, 2016, at Jockey Club in Bucharest (9 Episcopiei Street), the colloquium “Opération Villages Roumains: A Model of European Solidarity. The Reaction against the Communist Project of Systematizing the Villages (1988-1989)”. The communist regime viewed the systematization of the villages as a last stage of an economic program meant to level the quality of life for the entire Romanian population. The project aimed to destroy 7-8,000 of villages, merging them into agro-industrial centers, and to move the rural population [...]

1805, 2016

The Communism in Romania Exhibition opened on May 18 at the Romanian Athenaeum

18 May 2016|Carousel news, Conferences, Doctoral students, Events, Exhibitions, General Public, Master, Middle School, School students, Students, Teachers|

The Institute for the Investigation of Communism Crimes and the Memory of the Romanian Exile (IICCMER) and the Konrad Adenauer Romania Foundation organized on Wednesday, May 18, 2016, the varnishing of the Communism in Romania exhibition, which presents the history of the key moments of the period 1944-1989 in representative images. Initially, the exhibition offers its visitors an overview of the repression and the anti-communist resistance, so that in the fall of this year to extend to other sections related to the totalitarian period. Thus, the permanent exhibition of the future Museum of Communism will cover topics such as the [...]

2104, 2016

The Exhibition Piteşti Phenomenon: between darkness and light could be visited on Sunday in Piteşti

21 April 2016|Conferences, Events, General Public|

On Sunday, April 24, 2016, at the Piteşti Prison Memorial, the Exhibition Piteşti Phenomenon: between darkness and light was open for the public. Organized by the Piteşti Prison Memorial Foundation with the support of the Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes and the Memory of the Romanian Exile (IICCMER), the exhibition provided the visitor with a personal approach, informing him about the unimaginable experience from Piteşti through the most powerful possible means: the testimonies of the prisoners, victims of the “reeducation by torture”. The event was organized in the basement of the Correction pavilion of the former Piteşti penitentiary on [...]

1204, 2016

How do you represent communism in one image Poster Contest

12 April 2016|Carousel news, Conferences, Doctoral students, Events, General Public, Master, Middle School, School students, Students, Teachers|

The Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes and the Memory of the Romanian Exile (IICCMER) decided to launch a challenge addressed to young artists and more. The way in which today’s youth think about the totalitarian period is important not only because it reveals the degree of knowing and understanding a certain period that still affects the Romanian society, but also informs on what we can improve. If so far we have only organized graphic art or essay contests addressed to pupils, we wanted to provide more young people with an opportunity to express their view on communism. And [...]

1104, 2016

The Photo Exhibition on the Destinies of Former Political Prisoners EXPUNERI, Available until April 22 at I.L.Caragiale National College in Bucharest

11 April 2016|Conferences, Events, Exhibitions, General Public|

During April 5-22, 2016, IICCMER organizes, at I.L.Caragiale National College in Bucharest, the exhibition EXPUNERI [en. Displays], which presents the destinies of 30 political prisoners from communist Romania through family albums photographs, photos taken during detention or after their release. The project was initiated by our late beloved colleague Dana Cenuşă (National Administration of Penitentiaries). The speakers at the launching organized on April 5 were Irina Hasnaș, IICCMER expert and project coordinator, Nina Moica, the Association of Former Political Prisoners in Romania (AFDPR), Lucian Vasile, Head of Education and Memory Office, and Adrian Drăgușanu, history teacher at I.L.Caragiale National College. [...]

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