New Members of the Coalition

The International Coalition of Sites of Conscience has welcomed four new members in recent months. Please visit here for more information, or to renew your membership.


_MG_2545Balkan Museum Network – Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Balkan Museum Network celebrates, preserves and shares the complex common heritage of the western Balkans. They work with museums throughout the Balkans to support creative leadership, advocate socially responsible museums that promote and celebrate learning, and use the Balkans’ common heritage to advance the principles of peace and reconciliation.


Kids and Atomic SignConsequences of Radiation Exposure – Seattle, Washington, USA

Throughout the world disenfranchised populations often find themselves the chosen location of nuclear weapons production and testing sites. The goal of Consequences of Radiation Exposure (CORE) is to give voice to these communities by creating an international museum focused on issues relating to the health effects of ionizing radiation. Once established, the museum will serve to provide the public with access to radiation exposure health information currently held in disparate, geographically separated communities around the world.


DSC_0037 resizeIndiana Historical Society – Indianapolis, Indiana, USA

The Indiana Historical Society (IHS) connects people to the past by collecting, preserving and sharing the state’s history through its library, archives and exhibitions. It also provides integral support for local historical organizations and develops programs to help people consider current issues in the context of history. The IHS’s commitment to providing a platform for dialogue on social issues prompted the new LGBT Collecting Initiative which has already resulted in two new major collections, 40 oral histories, an exhibit and numerous programs.



photo Aaron Mitchell Photography resizePearl S. Buck International – Perkasie, Pennsylvania, USA

Best known for bridging east and west cultures, Pearl S. Buck was an author and a leading advocate for social justice throughout her life. The Pearl S. Buck International is a nonprofit organization that keeps her legacy alive by providing opportunities to explore and appreciate other cultures, building better lives for children around the globe and preserving and interpreting Buck’s National Historic Landmark home.