Since 2015, when our local partners and Centropa established the Trans.History project, we have conducted more then a dozen training seminars on „20th Century Jewish history and digital media“ for more than 800 educators and NGO representatives and civil society multipliers in Ukraine, Moldova and the Visegrad countries.

Trans.History not only connects Ukrainians, Moldovans and Citizens of the Visegrad countries to their country’s Jewish history – it also encourages cultural exchange between civil society actors from these countries: By inviting educators from Germany and citizens from the Visegrad countries to these seminars, and having them work side by side with their colleagues from Moldova and Ukraine, we build bridges between civil society actors across borders.

Through our exhibitions and films, our program promotes critical thinking, democratic values and a balanced culture of remembrance. We engage young Ukrainians and Moldovans and citizens from the Visegrad countries by offering a video competition that motivates them to explore the history of their country.

Our goals

Our activities and outputs in Ukraine

Our activities and outputs in Moldova

Our activities and outputs in the V4 countries