With over 300 members in more than 65 countries, the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience offers unprecedented access to a range of sites and methodologies dedicated to connecting past struggles to today’s movements for human rights. To best share these resources, we offer three webinar series.

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Conscience Matters Webinar Series

Conscience Matters brings together members, Coalition staff and special guests to probe pressing issues facing Sites of Conscience today and showcase innovative and effective strategies to help members energize their audiences and play a leading role in our global movement for memory.

Labor and Sites of Conscience

Workers’ rights are human rights the world over. In this webinar, Linda Norris, Senior Specialist of Methodology and Practice, will speak with members about connecting the history of labor to contemporary issues of workers’ rights.
Thursday, September 15th at 10 am EST

Atrocity Prevention and Transitional Justice

This roundtable will highlight the nexus between transitional justice and atrocity prevention by focusing on the role of psychosocial support, and documentation and archives in upstream prevention and the need for gender justice in larger prevention efforts.
Thursday, November 10th at 9:30 am EST

The Legacy of Colonialism for Indigenous Peoples across the globe

This panel will discuss several cases of indigenous and ethnic communities dealing with a centuries-old past of unaddressed claims.
 Thursday, October 27th at 10 am EST

Women, Violence, and Reconciliation

This Conscience Matters webinar will build on the work that the Coalition is undertaking in building more inclusive historical narratives and on the Coalition’s Women of Conscience (WoC) initiative.
Thursday, November 17th at 10 am EST

Webinar Shorts

Webinar Shorts are 30- to 45-minute interactive sessions devoted to core elements of Sites of Conscience methodology, member profiles and tools to support self-care and creativity.