National Institute for the Study of Dutch Slavery and its Legacy

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The National Institute for the Study of Dutch Slavery and its Legacy (NiNSee) is the center for knowledge and expertise on the history of slavery. NiNsee organizes educational projects, memorial activities and acts as a platform for debate on (the history of) slavery. NiNsee was founded in 2002.

NiNsee is a centre for the promotion of research and distribution of knowledge and information regarding the Dutch slavery past and its consequences for contemporary society. To that end, NiNsee initiates historical research, develops educational programmes and exhibitions, and facilitates the distribution of information and documentation of the Dutch slavery past and its legacy. Research and education will contribute towards the recognition of the slavery past as a part of the shared history of all Dutch people and moreover promote the realization and acceptance of the legacy of slavery.

See also: Break through the Silence (Project)

Other name (in original language): 
Nationaal Instituut Nederlands Slavernijverleden en Erfenis
Acronym: 
NiNsee
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Vijzelstraat 32
1017 HL Amsterdam
Netherlands