Dik I Na Bistar Look and Don’t Forget – is an initiative with aim to mobilise young Roma and non-Roma to commemorate and learn more about the Roma Genocide during the WWII, through annual gathering of young Roma in Auschwitz around August 2nd – the Remembrance Day of the Roma Genocide.
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ODIHR meeting “Turning words into action” at the European Parliament in Brussels on 16-17 Jun 2016 brought together MEPs and representatives of civil society and intergovernmental organisations, in order to draw upon their expertise in respect of coalition building and to analyse advantages of and challenges to building successful coalitions.
An international workshop organized by Terraforming took place on Friday 22. April 2016, 15:30-18:30 at the Historical Archives of Belgrade. The workshop was a part of a three-day event in Belgrade 20-22 April 2016 in the frames of the project Escalating Into Holocaust – From Execution Squads To The Gas Van Of The Concentration Camp At Sajmište: Two Defining Phases Of The Holocaust In Serbia.
25 participants from 17 countries gathered in Heppenheim Germany for the training-course on Education on the Roma Holocaust, Resistance and Remembrance. The event was organized by the Documentation and Cultural Centre of German Sinti and Roma, Tom Lantos Institute, ternYpe International Roma Youth Network, and other partners.
The conference 15 -17 February 2016 in Lucerne, Switzerland was the concluding event of IHRA‘s Education Research Project with aim to provide an overview and a mapping of knowledge coming out of empirical research studies about teaching and learning about the Holocaust.
In cooperation with the National Library of Serbia, Terraforming hosted a round-table debate in Belgrade: Teaching about the Holocaust – Why? What? How?
Main speaker was Dr Chava Baruch, from the European Department of Yad Vashem’s International School of Holocaust Studies.
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