Exhibitions


The exhibitions are deepening tools that come together with the “quest for the truth ".

They are particularly effective for a first approach to the topic, for the general vision they are able to provide, for their consistency and the immediacy of the message which they are meant to convey.

They help understand the reality submitted to the scrutiny of reason by the means of the scientific tools offered by the various subject matters: history, philosophy, social science.

They favour the growth of knowledge and further reflections on the subject at hand.

Exhibitions

  • «Catalog of the exhibition "Armenians, 1917-1939. The quest for a refuge"» Cover, introductory texts and review relating to the catalog of the exhibit on the Armenian refugees from the Middle East, starting from the survivors to the 1915-16 genocide. Curated by Raymond Kévorkian, Lévon Nordiguian, Vahé Tachjian. Materials taken from different archival sources, including the Bibliothèque Nubar of Paris. The exhibition is enriched by a "teacher dossier" fitted with didactic suggestions for use in the classroom. Excerpt of exhibit about Armenian refugees teacher dossier
  • «"Thessaloniki Mother of Israel" Exhibition » Series of 14 panels documenting the history of Jewish presence in Thessaloniki from its foundation in 315 b.C. until World War II. Particular attention is devoted to the cultural role acquired over centuries by the Jewish Thessaloniki, which in the Sixteenth Century earned the title of “Mother of Israel”. Presentation and reproduction of the panels
  • «“Year 1989” Exhibition» The exhibition, in Polish and English, tackles the events which led to the fall of the Berlin Wall and the Communist regimes in 1989. It includes a general historical preface, an events calendar and a profile for each Country: Poland, Hungary, East Germany, Czechoslovaky, Bulgaria and Romania. Presentation and link to the exhibition
  • «“Krzyzowa and Von Moltke Family” Exhibition» The exhibition recounts the story of Helmuth James von Moltke, coming from Kreisau – nowadays a Polish town known as Krzyzowa – sentenced to death with the Kreisau Circle for his opposition to Hitler. It contains many pictures and quotations of his letters to his grandfather, wife, and resistance comrades, besides a detailed description of the current activities of the Krzyzowa Foundation. Presentation and panels of the exhibition, 2007
  • «“MartialLaw” exhibition» The exhibition, in Polish and English, describes the coup of 13 December 1981 in Poland, with the installation on power of General Jaruzelski, the demonstrations that followed that moment, the repressions and the opponents' underground organization that would develop in the following years. It is rich at pictures, footage, documents, analyses and cross-check quizzes. Presentation and link to the exhibition
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Multimedia productions set up to present characters, stories, places, events which marked the history of Europe and its neighbouring regions. 
Interviews, movies, documentaries, exhibitions, trailers.

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Private and public research institutes, cultural associations, museums, memorials devoted to Memory and the history of single regions or the whole Europe, divided by nation.
Addresses, links and pictures.

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Original documents reproduced for reference.
Autograph sources, diaries, dedications, pictures, title pages, period articles, messages, phonograms, governmental, military and administrative clearances and orders, other archival exhibits.

Wefor is our Website dedicated to the figures of moral resistance against totalitarianism. The virtual Gardens of Europe’s Righteous and the teaching section YouFor are the core of this project realized by Gariwo, the forest of the Righteous. Through the establishment of the European Day of the Righteous by the Brussels Parliament, Wefor has received its highest recognition.