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To forget is to kill: The Pillars of Shame will be a metaphor for the betrayal inflicted upon them by the United Nations and a constant warning to anyone who might work for the UN in the future.

Saving lives can be so simple – if one truly wants to. The German government rescues 55,000 Syrian children from the war with our ready-to-use Emergency Programme.

To stop the biggest arms deal in recent German history, we offered a reward of EUR 25,000 for any evidence that puts the owners of arms manufacturer Krauss-Maffei Wegmann (KMW) behind bars.

A memorial for the victims of the Berlin Wall left the city’s government quarters to escape the commemoration festivities for the fall of the Berlin wall’s 25th anniversary to the borders of the European Union.

The Dead are coming

The German government’s worst nightmares came true: refugees who drowned or starved to death at Europe’s external borders, were brought to Berlin. Together with the victims’ relatives, we opened inhumane graves and exhumed the bodies. You missed the intervention? Check it out here.

The Press on our work

New York Times  Migrant’s Funeral in Berlin Highlights Europe’s Refugee Crisis

Art Net  Controversial German Art Collective Buries Deceased Migrants in Berlin

Al Jazeera  Srebrenica’s lessons for the United Nations

Guardian  Art group removes Berlin Wall memorial in border protest

DailyMail  Berlin Wall crosses stolen before anniversary

Washington Post  To some, the EU’s deadly border is the new Berlin Wall

Widewalls  Connecting Art and Activism

frieze  Acting up

BBC  The mystery of the Berlin Wall's white crosses

Cafe Babel  In the name of aggressive humanism

Goethe  Beautiful politics: The highest form of art?

Cormac Walsh  Website Pressures German Government to Act on Syrian Child Refugees

DW  Holocaust survivors demand help for Syrian refugees

Global Post  Artists want to save Syria's children by fostering them in German homes

Ha‘aretz  Holocaust survivors call on Germany to take in more Syrian refugees

The Local  Activists offer cash for info on tank makers

Global Voices  Wanted Posters against the Delivery of Tanks

The Art Newspaper  Documenta ignores Kassel's bloody history

AP  Memorial of 16,000 shoes blames UN for not preventing genocide

Reuters  15 years after the Srebrenica massacre, artists in Germany build 'Pillar of Shame'

DW  The Pillar of Shame

The Guardian  What stands in the way of Bosnia reconciliation

Fox News  Pillar of Shame: Memorial of 16,000 shoes blames UN for not preventing genocide

Today's Zaman  Monument to ensure Bosnian genocide is not forgotten

Le Monde  Sous la cendre, un artiste allemand adepte de «la beauté politique»

The Jean Monnet Bridge

It will be nothing less than a landmark achievement of humanity: a bridge from North Africa to Europe, a lifeline between two continents and the largest economic stimulus package in the history of the European Union. The promotional video for this unparalleled construction project (see above) provides answers to the most important questions. Check out the complete intervention.

Utopia meets reality

In order to bring humanity to the sea, the first rescue platform “Aylan 1“ (6 x 6m) was loaded onto a ship in the harbour of Licata / Sicily and installed in international waters on 4 October 2015. On board: satellite emergency call devices, direction-finding radio transmitters, radar reflectors, a flag pole, navigation lights, life buoys, a box with a steel insert and solar modules for power generation.