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Kazerne Dossin: Memoriaal, Museum & expertisecentrum over Holocaust & Mensenrechten


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ICAMT-conferentie, 14, 15 en 16 september 2017

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Kazerne Dossin: Memoriaal, Museum & expertisecentrum over Holocaust & Mensenrechten

  1. 1. Kazerne Dossin: Memoriaal, Museum & expertisecentrum over Holocaust & Mensenrechten
  2. 2. Kazerne Dossin: Lieu de Mémoire
  3. 3. 25.484 Joden & 352 Roma & Sinti (5% overleefde)
  4. 4. SS-Sammellager ’42-‘44
  5. 5. Spiraal van toenemend massageweld - cumulatieve radicalisering & polarisering
  6. 6. De mechanismen van het geweld - een duivelse transitie
  7. 7. Herdenking / Educatie / Doelgroepen
  8. 8. 1,6 miljoen gedigitaliseerde documenten =>
  9. 9. Holocaust & Mensenrechten / Verleden-Heden-Toekomst
  10. 10. Learning from the past & reflecting on the present
  11. 11. Connecting Law & Memory =>
  12. 12. Kazerne Dossin: Memoriaal, Museum, expertisecentrum => Civic Connector
  13. 13. a bounded social space where reflection, memory and story win out over violence "Musea hebben de plicht om maatschappelijke standpunten in te nemen, een morele verantwoordelijkheid op te nemen, om burgerschap en kritische reflectie te stimuleren." Elaine Gurian Heumann
  14. 14. PUSH => PULL & CONNECT
  15. 15. The word “Inzovu” means “Elephant” in Kinyarwanda, the native language of Rwanda. The model takes this name from the similarity of its curve to the elephant trunk, representing the ability to move, act, and extend one own’s reach toward others. The elephant is also a universal symbol of long lasting memory, representing the history upon which such action is built.
  16. 16. Empathetic Feeling Compassionate Action BURNOUT RISK SHUTDOWN RISK Tania Singer Model: Empathy Compassion Model
  17. 17. A genocide memorial is meant to trigger a profound personal reaction. This is a moment of suffering and creates a strong emotional connection to what happened. This moment should happen multiple times during the experience itself. It’s meant as a way to decompress for sensible people, and a space to think for everyone. While genocides are terrible events, there are always heroes that shine through. These people are often highly relatable because are normal people that do positive acts. It’s hope for the humanity. While it’s difficult to generate action in each and every person, this moment is made possible by the ones before. In a sense, the pain prepares the seeds that then reflection is able to turn to something positive, while hope gives examples to follow and show how others acted positively. EXPERIENCE STAGES
  18. 18. Motivation and ability to act Personal connection to the experience of genocide
  19. 19. EMOTIONAL OUTCOME Each individual has a completely personal baseline that is a neutral starting state. The vertical axis maps below the line the intensity of empathic response, down to the potential burnout or shutdown; and above the line the intensity of compassionate disposition.
  20. 20. TRAINED People trained in compassion, such as experienced mindfulness practitioners, experienced monks and other experts, might even entirely avoid the empathy resonance part and shifts immediately to compassion. This is of course a rarer type of person, but it’s a good example on how different people could have a sensibly different response. EMOTIONAL This represents the experience of a sensible person, that resonates quickly with the feelings and has a more difficult time coming out. For this person it’s very important to have frequent occasions to stabilize and reflect, helping this person to avoid going too deep and reach burnout/shutdown states. IDEAL This is the curve mapped on an average person that gets to the ideal stage of emotional growth. It represents a deep empathy dive with multiple stages of reflection, followed by an uplift shift to compassion. This ideal scenario is the reason why this curve is the one chosen as the standard form of the Inzovu Curve.
  21. 21. Aware: a person is aware of the facts and can apply critical thinking, but it’s purely knowledge and rationality. Empathic: a person who is able to use its emotional intelligence to connect to other people. Advocates: people that have been able to transform their empathic response to action. Catalysts: advocates able to guide other people through the behaviour scale.
  22. 22. organisation: network radicalisation & polarisation securitization of everything social fabric of everything from counter narrative to connecting narratives creating spaces for …
  23. 23. PUSH => PULL & CONNECT
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