The International Conference on the occasion of the European Day of Remembrance for the Victims of All Totalitarian and Authoritarian Regimes

The National Council of the Republic of Slovenia, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Study Centre for National Reconciliation in collaboration with the Platform of European Memory and Conscience organized the international conference entitled »Illusive Reconciliation: Transitional Processes in Central and Eastern Europe in a Comparative Perspective«.

The opening speech was held by the Director of the Study Center for National Reconciliation dr. Tomaž Ivešić, the introductory speakers were the Prime Minister of the Republic of Slovenia Janez Janša and the President of the National Council of the Republic of Slovenia Alojz Kovšca.

 

International conference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jGzcjRK6NY8

PROGRAMME OF THE CONFERENCE.pdf

 

dr. Tomaž Ivešić, director of the Study Centre for National Reconciliation


Alojz Kovšca, president of the National Council of the Republic of Slovenia


Janez Janša, prime minister of the Republic of Slovenia


FIRST PANEL – SLOVENIA 

dr. Peter Jambrek, New University (SI)

European Political Culture of Rejection of All Totalitarianisms of the Twentieth Century – Communism, Fascism and National Socialism


dr. Jernej Letnar Černič, New University (SI)

Transitional Justice From Trieste to Szentgotthárd: Between Utopia and Reality


dr. Janez Juhant, Faculty of Theology, University of Ljubljana (SI)

The Legal and Political, Sociological, Psychological and Theological Bases of Reconciliation


dr. Matic Batič, Study Centre for National Reconciliation (SI)

Slovenian-Italian Reconciliation: Have We Already Reached the Goal or Are We Still on the Way?


SECOND PANEL – CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE 

dr. Łukasz Kamiński, president of the Platform of European Memory and Conscience (PL)

Dealing with Communist Past – the Polish Experience


dr. Anemona Constantin, University of Bucharest (RO)

The Contribution of Historians to the Reconciliation with the Past in Romania (2003-2006)


dr. Peter Jašek, Nation’s Memory Institute (SK)

Coming to Terms with the Communist Regime – the Slovak Case


dr. Áron Máthé, Committee of National Remembrance (HU)

A Moment in History that Passed: Possibilities of Transitional Justice in Hungary During the Regime Change and its Legacy

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