The homocaust is commonly defined as “forgotten extermination” because history has not yet done justice to all the violence perpetrated against homosexuals.

Unfortunately, this painful page did not have any important impact in the transformation of awareness that took place in Europe and, for this reason, it was considered necessary that a project such this to take over again this page of history to build a new awareness. This activity has as its primary objective the training of young aware citizens too.

A similar travel will allow to retrace the history of the “forgotten” extermination but also to face the dramatic discrimination of today: in fact, Prague, Krakow and Budapest are places where even today it is not easy for homosexuals to live their condition.

This activity is up since 2016 in collaboration with Associazione Treno della Memoria.