03.11.2022 | 18:30 | Online-Panel (Zoom) Free elections, freedom of the press and the rule of law were hard-won in Poland in the 1980s. In recent years, the country has repeatedly come under international criticism for dismantling the rule of law. Are the hard-won...
Filmscreening ‘Myanmar Diaries’ (2022) followed by a talk with Nyein Chan May, co-founder and first chairwoman of the organization German Solidarity with Myanmar Democracy e.V. @germansolidaritywithmyanmar and one of the filmmakers.
Presentation and Discussion with Archiv Bürgerbewegung
Workshop on peace work in Peru with Amanda Luna Tacunan.
Interactive lecture and discussion with zweiteroktober90 about neo-Nazi attacks that took place at the 2. or 3. of October 1990, that is, directly before or on the day of the unification of the two German states.
Online Panel about the state of culture of remembrance in Hungary wirh Andrea Pető , Attila Pók and Andrea Tompa
News From The Revolutionale-Network
The Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe (IDM) is a regional think tank registered as an association and predominantly financed by public funds. Founded in 1953, the Vienna-based institute carries out research with a geographical focus on Central, East...
Welcome to the latest newsletter of "Our House" for25.06-12.07.2022 (Belarus). "Our House" is a Belarusian non-governmental human rights organisation Our aim is to actively and comprehensively defend human rights and support the most vulnerable and marginalised...
The International Journalists Association regularly publishes the newspaper "Journalist Post". The Journalist Post deals with the global situation of press freedom, the dangers and problems journalists and the free press face, and reports from journalists in exile....
Various participants of the International Roundtable 2021 report to us that the situation for human rights activists and NGOs in Russia has increasingly gets worse. The Russian government is using pretexts to crack down on activists and organizations it unfavors.
A prominent example of the recent past is the ban of the foundation “Sphere”.
We are glad to share the latest newsletter of«Our House» for 13.06-17.06.2022(Belarus).
«Our House» is a Belarusian public human rights organization. Our goal is the «democratic transformation of the Belarusian authorities in a non-violent manner». We have been working in Belarus since December 2005.
In the new newsletter you can read about the repressions against literature, about the celebration of Russia Day in Minsk, about people who refused to go to the army and find other information.
Future-oriented culture of remembrance and historical research
Active, independent, and critical reappraisal of the history of dictatorships
Modern capitalism – A global problem
Democracy in danger? – Societal challenges for democratic coexistence
Defend media freedom, press freedom, and investigative journalism!
Women’s and LGBTIQA* rights – A task in its own right in the context of the human rights movement
Flight and Migration – Human rights at risk!?
Stiftung Friedliche Revolution (Foundation Of The Peaceful Revolution)
The Foundation of the Peaceful Revolution was founded in Leipzig in 2009 by active citizens from East and West Germany. Ever since, it has intervened and encouraged others to commit themselves to democracy, cultural diversity, non-violence and peace in the tradition of the Peaceful Revolution. Thereby, the Foundation not only wants to remind people of the historically outstanding events of the fall of 1989 in the GDR and of the developments in the neighboring countries of Central and Eastern Europe, but also to educate people about the character and dangers of totalitarian systems. The foundation stands for pluralism, the recognition of diversity, and a people-friendly economy. It is its declared goal to raise awareness for active participation in the democratic community.
We thank for the grant of our work:
Seit September 2020 unterstützt das Sächsische Ministerium für Justiz, Demokratie, Europa und Gleichstellung die Stiftung Friedliche Revolution bei der Institutionalisierung des Internationalen Runden Tisches im Rahmen der Revolutionale.
Das Projekt wird finanziert durch Mittel auf Grundlage des vom Sächsischen Landtag beschlossenen Haushalts.