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European Network Remembrance and Solidarity (ENRS) was created in 2005 as a joint initiative by German, Hungarian, Polish, and Slovakian ministers of culture. Its purpose is to document and promote the study of European 20th century history and methodology of its remembrance. Its fields of interest evolve around times of dictatorial regimes, wars, and resistance to oppression. The organization supports academic research, educational projects and promotional events, through a network of international scholars and ENRS partner institutions. Network’s actions contribute to building better relations between European societies through discussing the common past. Since 2010, its projects are coordinated by the Secretariat of European Network Remembrance and Solidarity, which has its seat in Warsaw within the National Centre for Culture. All program decisions are made by ENRS' international supervisory body.
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ENRS implements its own projects, as well as supports, in terms of content and financing, actions of institutions, non-governmental organizations and research centers, which concentrate on memory studies. ENRS’ activities include:
Organizing events such as exhibitions, film screenings and reviews;
Publishing of academic works, scientific publications, and translated editions of existing books;
Supporting academic research;
Co-production of films, as well as television and radio programs;
Promoting study of history in media.
European Remembrance Symposium is an annual meeting organized by European Network Remembrance and Solidarity. Its goal is to exchange experiences and establish methods and forms of cooperation between institutions from different countries. Representatives of European historical institutions are invited to discuss the challenges facing Europe's idea of culture of remembrance and promotion of 20th-century history, with particular focus on Dictatorship. The first symposium took place in Gdańsk in 2012. The 2013 edition was in Berlin, while 2014 edition took place in Prague. 170 institutions from 30 countries took place. The organizers were:European Network Remembrance and Solidarity, European Commission, European Solidarity Centre, Bundesstiftung Aufarbeitung, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic.