Prison as a Soviet/Communist Heritage Site - Auslandsbüro Belarus
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Wilfried Martens Center for European Studies (Belgium) and the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (Belarus) are implementing common project “Communist/Soviet Historical and Cultural Heritage of Eastern Europe in the 21st century”. Three round tables will be held within the framework of the project.
The first round table will be held on May 5, 2022.
Topic: "Prison as a Soviet/Communist Heritage Site"
During the event experts from Poland, Ukraine and Lithuania will share their opinions on the topic:
Felix Ackermann, Doctor of Philosophy, German Historical Institute, Warsaw, Poland
Andrii Usach, Postgraduate student of history, Head of NGO “After Silence”, Lviv, Ukraine
Anna Yatsenko, Master of Media Communications, Head of the Board of NGO “After Silence”, Lviv, Ukraine
Jurij Kodenko, Candidate of Historical Sciences, Senior Research Fellow of the Memorial Museum of Totalitarian Regimes "Territory of Terror", Lviv, Ukraine
Aliaksandr Radzjuk, Candidate of Historical Sciences, Research Fellow, EHU, Vilnius, Lithuania
Aliaksandr Rajchonak, Candidate of Historical Sciences, Fellow of the A. Pilecki Foundation, Warsaw, Poland
Registration for the online event by the link until May 4: https://forms.gle/HZ8tTsZ5wqBCZJtJA