We invite you to listen to an interview with Ewelina Karpinska Morek, journalist, one of the reporters involved in the Interia and Deutsche Welle action entitled "Zrabowane dzieci / Geraubte Kinder", about the work of journalists from Poland and Germany uncovering the fate of children taken from their families by the Nazis, the accounts of the victims and the behind-the-scenes efforts to compensate them.


The conversation, prepared in the form of a podcast, is part of the educational project "UPROOTED. Plundered / uprooted. The fate of children taken from their families by the German occupying authorities during the Second World War".

The podcasts of the Krzyżowa Foundation can also be listened to on the most popular podcast platforms: anchor.fm, Spotify, as well as on: Google Podcast and Breaker.



Ewelina Karpińska Morek
Journalist, winner of, inter alia, the Tadeusz Mazowiecki Polish-German Journalist Award for her article on children who were robbed, co-author of the book 'Now you are Germans' and author of the book 'Soszka. War is not imaginary for children'. She is currently coordinating the Arolsen Archives project in Poland #StolenMemory, which aims to return items belonging to concentration camp prisoners to their families.


The project is carried out in Poland, Germany, Czech Republic and Ukraine by the Krzyżowa Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe (Poland), Kreisau-Initiative e.V. (Germany), Post Bellum (Czech Republic), Tolerspace (Ukraine). Kreisau Initiative e.V. is the project leader.

The project is funded by the Remembrance, Responsibility and Future Foundation (EVZ) and the German Federal Ministry of Finance (BMF).

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