CfA: NGO representatives for the project “Common Remembrance, Future Relations”

CfA: NGO representatives for the project “Common Remembrance, Future Relations”

Project Summary

The burden of the past and blind spots in the construction of national historical truths often manifest in obstacles to intergovernmental cooperation. However, the mutual exchange of societies’ experiences and their understanding of past events can facilitate processes of remembrance, reappraisal and reconciliation. The project connects  NGOs and guides a structured exchange of the culture of remembrance as well as memorial practices in Armenia, France, Germany, Israel and Turkey. Its goals are to reduce images of the other, to initiate reciprocal learning processes in remembrance, commemoration and reconciliation work, and to foster intercultural cooperation by planning and launching collaborative projects.


IFAIR is looking for 20 representatives from NGOs. They should work in the field of remembrance culture or international political dialogue,  live and/or work in Armenia, France, Germany, Israel and Turkey and have experience in project management.

If the above criteria apply to you, please send your application (CV, letter of motivation, certificates) by 15th of March 2017 to

For questions on the project or the application procedure, please contact or

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Hanna Pfeifer

Hanna Pfeifer is Co-Founder of IFAIR as well as a co-initiator of the Impact Group ‘Common Rememberance, Future Relations’ and head organizer of the symposium ‘The idea of a World Parliament’. Until 2016, she was a member of the executive board (responsible for editing and members) as well as regional director for the Middle East and North Africa. Hanna works as research associate in International Relations at the Helmut Schmidt University Hamburg. She holds a Master of Arts (2012) in Political Science, Philosophy and Mathematics from the University of Munich. She spent one year of her studies at Sciences Po Paris in the master’s programme Sécurité Internationale. She specialised in Middle Eastern politics, International Relations theories and political theory. From 2012-2016, she was a research associate at the Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg and from 2011 to 2012, she worked as a research associate in the Rottendorf-Project “Global Solidarity” at the Munich School of Philosophy. Hanna was a doctoral fellow at the Orient Institute Beirut, Lebanon, and stayed in Sanaa, Yemen, as well as Aleppo and Damascus, Syria, for internships and language classes. She speaks German, English, French, Arabic and Spanish.