Unlocking Memories is a long-term project with a trilateral partnership involving Italy, Germany and Greece, it has been divided into two mobilities, one first in Greece and a second in Germany. The aim of the project is to give a deeper and broader understanding to the different perspectives of the Second World War in the countries involved in mobility.
The first phase saw the participants discuss the concept of memorial, they analyzed their importance and the ultimate goal that their countries give them. The second phase focused more on family memory, to the guys were asked to do research in their families to understand how the process of historical remembrance takes place in their own countries and more specifically in their families.
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