Human Times

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Project Description

Project Period: 01 Feb 2021 - 31 Jul 2022

Human Times is a multidisciplinary project that aims at presenting new researches and understandings about the relationships between aspects of the human nature that resulted in the rise of totalitarianism, the ways that individuals preserved their human dignity and the influence of this period on the contemporary European society through the lens of art.

Creative actions and documentary approach will be used for bringing citizens together to commemorate the victims of totalitarian regimes and to open up discussion about what happens when intolerance takes over, and most of all, honor the strength of nations to get through the repressions and build a democratic and peaceful Europe, what we know it today.

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The project implementation involves organisations from six European countries - Bulgaria, Hungary, Austria, Netherlands, Slovenia and Lithuania.

Applicant Organisation

FOREGROUND Foundation / Bulgaria

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Associated
partners

Tudas Alapitvany / Hungary

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Museumsverein Klostertal / Austria

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Drawing To Health / Netherlands

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Institut pravnih znanosti Maribor / Slovenia

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Medardas Cobotas university of the third age / Lithuania

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Aims & Objectives

General Objectives:

  • To contribute to citizens' understanding of the Union, its history and diversity
  • Raise awareness of remembrance, common history and values and the Union's aim that is to promote peace, its values and the well-being of its peoples by stimulating debate, reflection and development of networks

Specific Objectives:

  • To find psychological reasons behind two opposite systems - totalitarianism and democracy
  • To extract and represent aspects of the human nature that connects with the rise of totalitarianism and its substitution with democracy
  • To analyse the influence of totalitarian period on contemporary European society

Disclaimer

The European Commission's support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents, which reflect the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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