Krzyżowa Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe
The Krzyżowa Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation in Poland, founded in 1989. Its headquarters is the former estate of the von Moltke family, located in the Lower Silesian village of Krzyżowa/Kreisau near Wroclaw. During the Second World War, the German resistance group Kreisau Circle met there. In November 1989, the German-Polish reconciliation mass was held here again, a milestone in the reconciliation process.
Today, the Krzyżowa Foundation runs the largest international youth meeting place in Central Eastern Europe. It also organises educational projects on the topics of history, civil society and sustainability. The Foundation aims to promote the peaceful coexistence of people with different convictions, religious confessions and from different countries, thereby preserving Kreisau's historical heritage.
Robert Schuman European Centre
The Robert Schuman European Centre (CERS) is an independent, non-profit association founded on 9 May 2000. The CERS develops and disseminates pedagogical working and educational materials that make it possible to inform the European citizenry about the history of European integration, the achievements of the European Union, its challenges and difficulties, and the future of Europe.
As part of the educational events of the Robert Schuman House, a museum in honour of the Father of Europe, CERS contributes to the European education of over 6,000 pupils from all over Europe with more than ten educational workshops.
Istituto Comprensivo n.4 -Stefanini
The Istituto Comprensivo n.4 -Stefanini has been engaged for several years on the subject of IMI- Italian Military Internees in World War 2. The history professor SILVIA PASCALE, together with the Institute and the Sandbostel Memorial, has already carried out several projects on this subject. In close collaboration with ORLANDO MATERASSI, expert in commemorative projects and historiographical consultant, they make their research on the culture of memory, commemoration and reconciliation available to a wide public.