On the invitation by Historical Museum of the City of Krakow, for the Conference ‘Sites of Memory and Oblivion.The Present. The Future’, Museum of Genocide Victims has sent its senior advisor, Dr. DraganCvetković. Conference was held within the manifestation ’12 days of remembrance of Gestapo’s victims’, which has encompassed several other commemorative and scientific events.
Representatives of five countries (Poland, Lithuania, Ukraine, Italy and Serbia) took part in work of the International Conference. Also, members of various international organizations were present at the Conference.
Conference explored various subjects related to the memorialization of killing sites from different angles, with the special emphasis on application of modern technologies such as digital content, Internet presentations etc.
Dr. DraganCvetković has presented his paper – ‘Sajmište-a place of memories on the German concentration camp. Numerical determination and quantative analysis of Jewish victims’ – where he has introduced to the Conference participants with the Museum’s accomplishments in digital processing of the data on victims and with the possibilities of acquiring analytical data based on the case of Jewish detainees of Concentration Camp ‘Semlin’ (StaroSajmište, Old Fair Ground Concentration Camp).