The International Coalition collects resources, such as program designs, dialogue facilitation models, etc., from Sites around the world. The resources section of our website offers a sample of all the resources we offer. The full array of resources is accessible via the Online Resource Center, an online forum where registered members can participate in discussions with sites from around the world and access program examples, evaluation models and many other resources. ( Free registration required.)
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The International Coalition of Sites of Conscience’s Online Resource Center is a registered members-only (free log-in required) website that offers participants the opportunity to share information, exchange ideas, explore current issues, ask questions and access all the Coalition’s resources.
Our program designs help visitors draw connections between the past and the present, using the stories of what happened at a site to inspire new conversation and action about its legacies. Develop your own civic engagement projects through exhibit devices, dialogue techniques and evaluation tools from successful museums and historic sites around the world. View more program tools here.
The Coalition’s Sites of Conscience Project Support Fund provides both financial and technical support for member sites to develop projects that use their histories to open dialogue on a pressing concern facing their communities today. Learn how to develop a program or participate in a learning exchange.
Members build local groups of Sites of Conscience who collaborate to remember similar histories and address common contemporary issues. Our current Regional Networks are:
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Read by more than 3,000 organizations and individuals from nearly 100 countries, our electronic newsletter, Matters of Conscience, offers up-to-date information on the latest memory issues in the news; innovative program models for civic engagement; best practice workshops, conferences and activities; new resources and publications; and updates on emerging sites of conscience around the world.
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