In order to spread awareness on various issues and approaches in Europe and to provide a basis for exchange and mutual learning, it is important for us to have a wide variety of perspectives, both regionally and in terms of the type of institutions represented in our network. The MuRem Network is open to all kinds of educational institutions and activists of remembrance work from European countries in the field, e. g. museums, memorials, research institutions and networks, NGOs and grassroot organizations and teachers. The network partners jointly developed guidelines for their cooperation. To become a member of the network and be included into the network’s activities, please contact the project team.
Centre for Public History
The Centre for Public History on Holocaust and Genocide, Culture and Remembrance
The Centre for Public History (CPH) uses scientific research, education and public interventions to promote the application of history for the benefit of society, in order to
develop critical thinking about historical processes and build a culture of peace.
Danish Jewish Museum
The Danish Jewish Museum is a state-recognized and independent institution, inaugurated in 2004. The museums area of responsibility is Danish Jewish cultural history in Denmark, mainly in the period after the year 1622 – when Jews were invited to settle in Denmark by king Christian 4. – until the present.
„Elie Wiesel” National Institute for the Study of the Holocaust in Romania
The mission of the institute is researching and publishing scientific studies regarding the tragedy of the Jews; promoting the Holocaust’ victims remembrance; supporting the intercultural dialogue through the development of various educational and cultural activities.
_erinnern.at_ is the program for teaching and learning about National Socialism and the Holocaust implemented by the OeAD – Austria’s Agency for Education and Internationalization. The aim is to support the transfer of historical and methodological-didactic knowledge into educational practice and to reflect on the causes and consequences of the Holocaust for the present.
House of the Wannsee Conference
Memorial and Educational Site
The meeting in Wannsee on January 20, 1942, marks an important date in the history of the Holocaust. The memorial and educational site shows exhibitions and offers educational programs on the history of National Socialism, the persecution and murder of the European Jews, its prehistory and its consequences.
Jewish Museum of Hohenems
Museum of the Jewish community of Hohenems, the regional Nazi history, anti-Semitism and the Holocaust
The Jewish Museum of Hohenems remembers the Jewish community of Hohenems and its various contributions to the development of Vorarlberg and the surrounding regions of the Alps.
Memorial, Museum and Research Center on Holocaust and Human Rights
Kazerne Dossin is a memorial, museum and research center, located at a site of historical significance in Belgium. Between 1942 and 1944, the Dossin Barracks were used by the Nazis as an assembly camp for Jews and Roma arrested in Belgium and Northern France.
Lost Shtetl Museum
Museum, cultural and educational institution
The Lost Shtetl Museum is a cultural and educational institution that will open its doors in Šeduva, Lithuania in 2024. “Shtetl” is the Yiddish word for a small town, and the word “lost” in the name of the institution reflects the tragic disappearance of Jewish communities throughout Lithuania and the rest of eastern Europe during World War II.
Mémorial de la Shoah
The Shoah Memorial in France
The Shoah Memorial works for the dissemination and teaching of the history of the Shoah to large and diverse audiences, including school children. He designs exhibitions within his institutions and abroad, in France and abroad, and circulates travelling exhibitions.
Never Forget Project
Escola Básica dos 2.º e 3.º Ciclos da Torre
The Never Forget Project is part of the national program around the memory of the Holocaust, was approved by the Council of Ministers (Resolution No. 51/2020). This program aims to promote initiatives of homage, dissemination and development of study and knowledge on the Holocaust, namely the role assumed by Portuguese who supported victims of the Nazi regime, among which Aristides de Sousa Mendes stands out, as well as Portuguese victims.
Non-profit cultural association
Progetto Memoria (PM) is a non-profit cultural association committed to the transmission of memory and history of
the Shoah and anti-Jewish persecution in Italy, through meetings with witnesses, death camp-survivors, experts in
historical, scientific, literary and artistic fields.
SO-CLOSE and WIRE
European Research Projects at UAB
UAB’s European projects SO-CLOSE and WIRE expose the commonalities of past and present experiences of forced displacement and women’s past and present resistance against any forms of totalitarism, through digital intermediaries, to enhance social cohesion and combat racism and xenophobia.
The Anne Frank Educational Center
The Anne Frank Educational Center in Frankfurt is active throughout Germany in raising awareness among young people and adults about anti-Semitism, racism and other forms of misanthropy – and in strengthening them for active participation in an open, democratic society.
The Norwegian Center for Holocaust and Minority Studies
Research, Education and Documentation center
The Norwegian Center for Holocaust and Minority Studies (HL-center) is a research, education and documentation center in Oslo focusing on the Holocaust, other genocides, extremism, antisemitism, hate speech, and the situation of minorities in contemporary societies.
ZWEITZEUGEN e. V. was founded in 2010 with a new approach of remembrance of the Holocaust and its lessons for our present and future. We want to be role models especially for young people and form an antipole to antisemitism, to the growing right-wing extremism, to violence and to the salability of right-wing populist statements.