- An online registry and a transnational database of collections in the original languages and English that will be accessible to European archival platforms and networks;
- Descriptions of and guides to the collections to enhance the quality of research and provide guidance on the role of the EU in this respect;
- Country reports on the collections and proposals concerning methods of preserving cultural heritage, and a handbook on various types of cultural opposition represented by the collections;
- Online curriculum development and digital content for educational purposes;
- A documentary film festival, traveling and online exhibitions and local media events based on selected collections;
- A set of recommendations concerning how to exhibit the cultural opposition movements of former socialist countries for the House of European History.
This project will highlight the positive aspects of the former cultural opposition movements, such as democratic participation, autonomy and cultural plurality, and will remind us of an important pan-European truth: that civic courage can produce genuine cultural values even under authoritarian rule.
- Research Centre for the Humanities, Hungarian Academy of Sciences;
- Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences;
- Trinity College Dublin, Ireland;
- The Institute for East and Southeast European Studies, Regensburg, Germany;
- Institute of Sociology, Centre for Social Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences;
- Lithuanian Institute of History, Vilnius;
- Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic;
- University of Bucharest, Romania;
- Croatian Institute of History, Zagreb;
- Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia;
- The University of Oxford, UK;
- Institute for Computer Science and Control, Hungarian Academy of Sciences.