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Partners in Confronting Collective Atrocities works towards developing strategies to engage with legacy of past atrocities that can contribute to opening up the possibility of a more hopeful future

The aim of the organization is to work through the effects of the Holocaust and of past and present national and international conflicts that lead to destructive escalation, in the service of a better understanding among national groups world wide.

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Welcome To The PCCA Website!

Partners in Confronting Collective Atrocities works towards developing strategies to engage with legacy of past atrocities that can contribute to opening up the possibility of a more hopeful future

The aim of the organization is to work through the effects of the Holocaust and of past and present national and international conflicts that lead to destructive escalation, in the service of a better understanding among national groups world wide.

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PCCA statement on the war in Ukraine

We are dismayed and heartbroken at the war unfolding in Ukraine following Russia’s decision to use its overwhelming military might to invade and impose its will on Ukraine. This is a repetition of previous Russian actions elsewhere.

Our Conferences

The conference provides a setting, away from the pressures of daily activities, in which participants can experience and begin to interpret some of the unconscious and not quite-conscious factors in the relatedness of the various groupings present at the conference.

Our Conferences

The conference provides a setting, away from the pressures of daily activities, in which participants can experience and begin to interpret some of the unconscious and not quite-conscious factors in the relatedness of the various groupings present at the conference.

PCCA statement on the war in Ukraine

We are dismayed and heartbroken at the war unfolding in Ukraine following Russia’s decision to use its overwhelming military might to invade and impose its will on Ukraine. This is a repetition of previous Russian actions elsewhere.

In the prelude to our conference in 2019, we asked, “80 years later, will history repeat itself?” Sadly, this has now come to pass. The horror of war has once again come to Europe, to Ukraine, that has already endured so much pain and suffering – during the Holodomor, the 2nd World War and the Holocaust. The terrible atrocities now taking place there will no doubt revive the trauma of those events. PCCA’s work on the aftermath of the Holocaust taught us that, accompanying the physical destruction and damage that is readily visible, the internal damage is equally, perhaps more, devastating and long-lasting.

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PCCA (Partners in Confronting Collective Atrocities) and Working with Ukrainian
Current Atrocities with Mira Erlich-Ginor