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Safeguarding the Future of our Past


activities, public events, trainings, conferences, publications, teaching materials

Conference 27th April 2021Terraforming

Conference: Microhistories of the Holocaust and its European Character

An international conference "Microhistories of the Holocaust and its European Character" is taking place on 27th April 2021. It will explore the role of archivists in identifying and safeguarding the Holocaust record and local microhistories.
Fake news

TAS Lab 4 – Antithesis II – Fake news about migrants and migration issues

The workshop themes are fake news in medias about migrants and migration issues, s well as the challenges that journalists encounter when reporting about them. The speakers at the workshop are: Aleksandra Nikšić, Chiara Wieben and Milan Kuzmanović.


strategic activities, partnerships, international and national engagements

The Holocaust, European Values and Local History

The Holocaust, European Values and Local History (2020-2022)

In partnership with the Archives of Vojvodina and national and international partnering institutions we will develop, pilot and introduce sustainable methodologies and tools for an innovative approach in archival pedagogy, with aim to empower local archives to identify, promote, make available and safeguard important Holocaust-related materials. In addition, international experts will guide the archivists in creating educational outreach programs based on local archival materials and local history.

TAS Migration Labs

Thesis Antithesis Synthesis: TAS Migration Labs  (2020-2021)

Partners from Belgium, Italy, Portugal, Romania and Serbia will organize a series of debates with aim to analyse historical experiences, narratives, misconceptions and stereotypes relating to (e)migration and refugees, xenophobic discourse, hate speech and propaganda – from the times of Nazism to current European challenges. We will be looking into our own experiences, responsibilities and the challenges we faced in the past and today.


our stories, opinions, featured articles and guest writers

From Kozara to Falstad Forest

There is a direct link between Sajmište and camps in Norway, as part of one inseparable experience of terror, stretching from the villages around Kozara mountain, over Sajmište in Belgrade, to the forests around Falstad. Serbia and Norway have interwoven and shared historical experiences.

Let’s install Stolpersteine in Serbia

Stolpersteine project is the world’s largest decentralized memorial. Considering how Stolpersteine effectively contributes to commemoration and education, and further the culture of remembrance in general, we would like to propose the initiative to install Stolpersteine memorials in Serbia.


international associations and networks


Member of the Association of Holocaust Organizations (AHO)


Member of the European Network Countering Antisemitism through Education  (ENCATE)


Member of EuroClio – European Association of History Educators