Remembrance in action: everyday challenges and recommendations for the future

9th European Remembrance Symposium
  • The first panel of the 9th European remembrance symposium organized by the ENRS aims to garner opinions, recommendations, and suggestions for the future of broadly understood remembrance policies in Europe;
  • Representatives of institutions active in the field of history education and commemoration operating at an international level will present a summary of experiences to date and the day-to-day challenges of their activities, along with recommendations for the future;
  • Statements prepared by the institutions will be presented and debated by the panelists and the participants of the session will have the opportunity to take the floor ato comment on the recommendations presented and propose their own;
  • The debate is part of the Conference on the Future of Europe and will be broadcast live on Wednesday, 27 October from 9,30 am to 11,30 am.

The following organizations will take part in the debate:

EUROM – European Observatory on Memories (Oriol Lopez Badell)
European Network Remembrance and Solidarity (Rafał Rogulski)
House of European History (Constanze Itzel)
The platform of European Memory and Conscience (Dr. Łukasz Kamiński)

Moderator: Sergei Metlev


Memory and Identity in Europe: Present and Future

European Remembrance Symposium 2021

26–28 October 2021, Tallinn

The 9th edition of the European Remembrance Symposium takes place at the Tallinn Creative Hub between 26 and 28 October.

The aim of the 9th European Remembrance Symposium is to discuss the role of history and memory in creating contemporary European identity. During this year’s event, special attention will be given to the mission, programme, and best practices of institutions dealing with 20th-century European history.


Oct 27, 2021


  • Tallinn Creative Hub
    Cauldron Hall
    Põhja pst 27a, 10415
    Tallinn, Estônia
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