Share 2015. September 18. New Museum in Washington, D.C. honours the memory of Hungarian martyrs Áron Máthé, vice-chair of the Committee of National Remembrance, participated in the creation of the Hungarian-related exhibition. Share 2022. July 21. Newest DC Museum Dedicated to the Victims oc Communism opens June 13th President Réka Földváryné Kiss and Vice President Áron Máthé took part in the professional compilation and review of the exhibition material on behalf of the National Remembrance Committee. Share 2022. May 31. The promotion of the Hungarian language version of the publication “Cities of Freedom. Poznań – Budapest 1956” ; 22 February 2022, Budapest The Polish Institute in Budapest and the Institute of National Remembrance are organizing the official presentation of the publication “Cities of Freedom. Poznań – Budapest 1956” at the Hungarian National Museum in Budapest. Share 2022. February 22. European Day of Remembrance for Victims of Totalitarian Regimes Marking the anniversary of the conclusion of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, 23 August is observed as the European Day of Remembrance for Victims of Totalitarian Regimes. Share 2021. August 23. ENRS Assemblies Meeting 2020 This year’s ENRS Assemblies Meeting was attended by 20 representatives from 8 member countries. The discussions focused on ENRS plans for 2021. Share 2020. February 12. ‘Little Moscow’ lies in ruins: Haunting photos show crumbling Soviet nuclear base in Hungary Share 2015. September 14. The Platform thanks Bishop László Tökés, MEP for the Romanian revolution of 1989 Share 2015. September 14. Commemorating the second world war - Battling over history Share 2015. September 14.