In an ever more closely connected world, information and ideas flow freely, forging a sense of global community and enabling a public discourse that transcends hereditary borders. Yet when dealing with history, national echo chambers still define the discussion.
With its eCommemoration programme, Körber-Stiftung aims at facilitating a new understanding of remembrance, linking people and praxis across national and societal, disciplinary and generational divides. Harnessing the transformative dynamic of digitalisation in Gaming, Social Media and within Hybrid Spaces, the programme encourages innovative approaches to history and memory and opens new perspectives on creative and participatory commemoration.

eCommemoration Convention

The annual eCommemoration Convention opens a space for historians, memory workers, influencers and creative minds to come together. As a platform of exchange, it encourages digital creativity and cultural sensitivity in future endeavours of presenting, debating and understanding Europe’s shared past. In doing so, Körber-Stiftung facilitates the development of standards for a multi-perspective and innovative digital dialogue on history and remembrance.


Fiona Fritz
Programme Director

+49 • 40 • 80 81 92 - 147

Bernd Vogenbeck
Programme Manager
eCommemoration; Körber History Forum

+49 • 40 • 80 81 92 - 235


History & Politics, the audio podcast of Körber-Stiftung, offers insights into the connections between the past and the present.

all episodes (in German)

Latest Episode

Historian Stephan Malinowski on the role of the German nobility in establishing Nazi rule, the myths surrounding the resistance of 20 July 1944 and the current debate sparked by the restitution claims of the House of Hohenzollern.