Give the Victims a Name – a travelling exhibition
This travelling exhibition aims – as the title suggests – to actively counter forgetting in the places where it is shown.
The exhibition details the names and stories of people from Germany and Austria who have fallen victim to xenophobic and racist violence between 1990 and 2002. Every one of the people profiled illustrates how the theme is still tragically current. The exhibition should function as a starting point for people to think about the consequences of racism and xenophobia and act as motivation for people to actively fight against them.
The travelling exhibition is made up of 94 panels (in A3 format, 295x420mm, with hooks to hang the panels) and can be borrowed for a month from the Austrian Mauthausen Committee for € 200 by post, or € 100 if picked up from our offices.