Instytut Pileckiego

  • “Lemkin. Witness to the Age of Genocide” in Bochum

    “Lemkin. Witness to the Age of Genocide” in Bochum

    Pilecki-Institut and the Fritz Bauer Forum opened the exhibition in Bochum, Germany. The exposition presents a close-up of the renowned lawyer Rafał Lemkin, who founded the legal concept of “genocide”.

  • ЖЫВЕ БЕЛАРУСЬ/Belarus Lebt! | the exhibition at the Berlin branch of the Pilecki Institute

    ЖЫВЕ БЕЛАРУСЬ/Belarus Lebt! | the exhibition at the Berlin branch of the Pilecki Institute

    The exhibition includes works by 20 artists and a host of anonymous residents of Minsk. These include photographs and video material, sketches and posters, many of which were created while the artists sat in detention centers.

  • Lemkin. Witness to the Age of Genocide | exhibition

    Lemkin. Witness to the Age of Genocide | exhibition

    The first exhibition in Poland to be devoted entirely to Rafał Lemkin

  • The Volunteer. Witold Pilecki and his Mission in Auschwitz | exhibition

    The Volunteer. Witold Pilecki and his Mission in Auschwitz | exhibition

    Presentation of the story hitherto unknown and untold outside Poland – that of Pilecki’s mission to Auschwitz, of his death at the hands of the Communist authorities, and of the attempts made to erase him from memory.

  • The opening of a Polish exhibition about Raphael Lemkin in the UN in New York

    The opening of a Polish exhibition about Raphael Lemkin in the UN in New York

    On 21 August, an English-language exhibition “Lemkin. Witness to the Age of Genocide” will be opened in the UN headquarters in New York

  • Passports | an exhibition devoted to the Ładoś Group

    Passports | an exhibition devoted to the Ładoś Group

    The exhibition shows the role played by the Polish Government-in-Exile and the Polish Underground State in informing the world about the Holocaust, and in activities undertaken to save Jews on territories occupied by Nazi Germany.

  • Liberated Twice. Women's Voting Rights 1918

    Liberated Twice. Women's Voting Rights 1918

    The exhibition presents famous Polish women from the turn of the 20th century, and also the fates of the female generation which fought for the freedom of Poland in 1918 and during the Polish-Bolshevik War.