The broader purpose and ambition of the project is to defend the shrinking space of civil society, which have been observed in Slovakia (and beyond) in the recent years. The project also promotes and reinforces human and civil rights, freedom of speech and artistic expression or democratic values. In the Post Bellum SK it is believed, that only people who are aware of the history of their country and society, will be able to cope in an effective way with the “heritage” of totalitarian regimes and future challenges for society in the European Union. The project addresses and challenges negative phenomena such as growing support of extreme far-right movement, anti-Semitism, xenophobia etc. It consists of combination of cultural and educational activities (recording testimonies of witnesses, multi-genre exhibition and educational activities) conducted in Slovakia and in Norway during the project period. The project also focuses on development of skills, capacity and know-how sharing between Post Bellum SK and our Norwegian partner - The Norwegian Center for Holocaust and Minority Studies.