arrowMonday 10/12/2018 • 4:30pm We commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights with a series of events. Click on the following link for a detailled programm:  DUDH70
arrowThursday 13/12/2018 • 7:00pm Fates of resistant women of the Second World War in Luxembourg • Lectures

  • Elisabeth Hoffmann: Helpless heroines? Resisters in the memory of the Second World War in Luxembourg
  • Renee Wagener: Milly Cahens zionistisches Commitment im Zweiten Weltkrieg

The CID Fraen a Gender presents her book Mit den Haien streiten – Frauen und Gender in Luxemburg seit 1940 / Women and Gender in Luxemburg since 1940. The historians Renée Wagener and Elisabeth Hoffmann worked on the fate of resistant women of the Second World War in Luxembourg. They read excerpts from their articles. A discussion closes the readings.

In French and in German. Free entrance.


arrowThursday 17/01/2019 • 7:00pm Exhibition: The 1942 strike

The exhibition “De Streik vu 1942”, produced by the City of Wiltz and the National Museum of Resistance on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the strike, retraces the context and events of a key episode in history of Luxembourg during the Second World War – including the announcement of forced recruitment, the preparations for the strike, the various protest and strike protests in factories, high schools and administrations, arrests and convictions by the Standgericht, executions in Hinzert, the memory of the victims and the erection of the national monument at Wiltz, ending with a general reflection on the forms of reaction in a dictatorship, as well as within a democracy.

In Luxembourgish, French and German translations available

Opening on Thursday, January 17, 2019 at 19:00
Exhibition from January 18, 2019 to March 31, 2019


arrowMardi 22/01/2019 • 19:00 Conference: The scapegoat as a factor of exclusion

Going back to Biblical times and crossing times, the scapegoat crystallizes a factor of division and hatred in most societies. While it refers to a sense of belonging and homogeneity among the members of the persecutory group, it reflects the uneasiness of a community fearing any change that could disrupt the established order. History is teeming with examples of this kind. And this type of behavior is at the source of the greatest massacres of human civilization.

In French, free entry.




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