This is an innovative social and urban project conducted with support from the European Union aimed at turning heritage sites into educational frameworks for dialogue and debate, linking history to contemporary issues.

The project was launched in Paris in 2011, working on places related to local Jewish history. Over time, its field of study and interaction has expanded, rethinking the memory of heritage sites in general.
It has been held in Barcelona, Rome, Brussels and Berlin and actually Lodz and Paris.


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