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07/07/2020 Event

First digital workcamp at the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial

At this year's international work camp "What remains? Digital Traces of Neuengamme Concentration Camp", the participants will undertake online research on the topic of remembrance and the Neuengamme Concentration Camp. For the first time the annual international camp will take place digitally. Read more

06/05/2019 Event

Working for a Place of Exchange - International Summer Workcamp 2019

Join us for the international summercamp 2019! We will meet from August, 17th to August 31st 2019 in Neuengamme (Hamburg) to work, learn, discuss and get to know participants from many countries. You should be between 18 and 26. Camp languages: English and German. Read more

08/30/2018 Report

Report of the International Summer Camp at the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial

Last Saturday commenced the yearly “Workcamp” of the Service Civil International in the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial. The concept began in the 1980s for participants from around the world to come to the memorial for two weeks and live on-site, create contacts, learn, converse over history and remembrance culture, and assist the memorial. This year’s summer camp was themed “Preparing an Exhibition.” Read more

04/26/2018 News

Register now for the International Summer Camp in the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial

The Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial will be hosting another international summer camp in cooperation with Service Civil International (SCI)… Read more

08/31/2016 Event, Project

International Workcamp

From 13 to 27 August, the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial, the Friends of the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial, and the Service Civil International (SCI) hosted an international work camp on the Memorial grounds. For two weeks, approximately 20 women and men between 17 and 62 years of age from Italy, Kyrgyzstan, Poland, Russia, Serbia, the Basque Country, Taiwan, Turkey, Ukraine, and Germany lived at the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial. Read more