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The 7th annual study trip and workshop will take place in Serbia, 9-15.10.2016
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I am a peace activist and I have been working on the territory of former Yugoslavia for over 13 years, while dealing with the past is one of the basis for establishing reconciliation and sustainable peace. Apart from this, I am a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina which is a society under the burden of its past. Finally, working on dealing with the past, there are processes on which I work related to the 90s but at the same time, I try to work them with myself also.
“War Crimes and Trials”: Seminar cycle for students from France, Germany, Croatia and Serbia, organized by the YIHR Serbia, ALD Osijek, the DRJCS Limoges, the French-German Youth Office and the Max-Mannheimer-Studienzentrum Dachau.
In 1939, the SS had the largest women’s concentration camp in the Greman Reich built in the village Ravensbrück, close to the small town of Fürstenberg/Havel (50 km North of Berlin). Between 1939 and 1945, 132,000 women, 20,000 men and 1,000 young women from the ”Youth Protection Camp Uckermark” were registered as prisoners. The 150.000 prisoners came from over 40 countries and were often used for forced labour; tens of thousands were murdered or died from hunger, illness or medical experimentation.
Documentation project: “Documenting Human Losses in Croatia 1991–1995” initiated by Documenta - Center for Dealing with the Past, aims to collect reliable information about the number of war victims between 1991–1995 and the fate of their suffering. It also aims to provide a publicly available and searchable database.