On Communist Crimes, Human Rights and Overcoming the Past
March 21, 2013 - Example Author - New Eastern Europe newsletter
Two decades after the Eastern European revolutions, public education on recent history and the crimes of Communism is gathering momentum in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Bloc countries. This tendency is unlikely to fade within the next few generations. This is a highly charged issue for the people of the region regardless of whether they were victims, perpetrators or both.
Uve Poom from the Unitas Foundation discusses the differing situation of education on the crimes of Communism.
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