Exile and childhood

Travelling seminar in Gernika

POSTPONED ACTIVITY

  • The Gernika Peace Museum hosts the first travelling seminar of the project Migration and Humanitarian Aid in Europe (MIGRAID);
  • The meeting will gather the representatives of the seven partners of the project and will include open talks by professor José Jesús Alonso Carballés and Iñaki Goiogana on March 25 at 18h30;
  • The participants will also join a Memoritour Gernika and will visit memorial sites related to childhood and exile in the coast side.

The project MIGRAID aims to draw attention to the importance, interest and timeliness of the migration flows and exiles, highlighting the activity developed by volunteers and humanitarian organizations between 1914 and 1949, a conflictive and convulse period of the European history.

Programme

Wednesday 25th march

17.05-17.45

Visit of the Tree of Gernika and the Assembly House 

17.45-18.15

Visit of the temporary exhibitionCartoons to remember” by Aline Soberon

18.30-20.00h

Conference “Exile and Childhood”  by Jesus Alonso Carballés and Iñaki Goiogana 

Thursday 26th march

Venue: Gernika Peace Museum

9.00-10.30

Visit to the permanent exhibition with Iratxe Momoitio (Director)

10.30-11.00 Coffee break

11.00 -11.45

Educational activities and materials at the Gernika Peace Museum with Idoia Orbe (Head of educational department of the Museum)

11.45-12.30 Visit the Documentation Centre of the Spanish Civil War and the bombing of Gernika with Ana Teresa Nuñez (Head of the Documentation Centre)

12.30-14.00: Lunch

14.00-20:30 Internal meeting

Friday 27th

9.00-10:15h

MEMORITOUR GERNIKA

Walking Tour
Reconstruction of the City or Monuments and Memory

10.15-11.00
Transfer to Berango 

11.00-12.15
The Interpretation centre of the Iron belt (Cinturón de Hierro)

12.30 -13.00
The “monument” at the Port of Santurtzi. Place from which the basque children were taken abroad. Place of departure of exiles (brief description by Gernika)

13.00-14.30
Lunch and departure of the participants

 

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