2006 (25.7.) Naming no Shaming, an action organised by Tanya Ury on the Danube – Budapest, Hungary, next to the Holocaust memorial “Iron Shoes on the Shores of the Danube” with a small group of 20 Budapest Hungarians and Rabbi Tamas Vero, who said a prayer, an unofficial plaque with the wording (in Hungarian): “In memory of the Jewish citizens who were shot into the Danube by Hungarian fascists in 1944.” was fastened into the ground, where the official plaque omitted to mention that victims were Jewish. The action was, documented with photographs by Istvan Javor.

2010 (31.10.) Tanya Ury reads you walk backwards with Artists Read for Freedom, Solidarity Event for the Cologne Writer Dogan Akhanli, 6 pm Forum Volkshochschule in the Museum Rautenstrauch-Joest, Cäcilienstraße 29– 33, Cologne (D)

2014 (1.9.) Tanya Ury speaks, as representing member of European Jews for a Just Peace at the anti-war demonstration, 6 pm, on the Dom Cathedral Square, Cologne (D) http://www.zivilklausel.uni-koeln.de/reden_antikriegstag-2014-tanya_ury.htm

2017 (26.7.) Tanya Ury, of the Jewish Voice for a Just Peace in the Near East, Germany, spoke at “50 Years of Occupation”, a day of action with the BDS Group Bonn (Boycott, Disinvestment and Sanctions), DPG Bonn (German Palestinian Association), the Palestinian Community in Bonn, and the Institute for Palestine Studies, 2 pm, 17.6.2017, at Münsterplatz, Bonn. A video documentation of the speech can be seen at this link http://www.nrhz.de/flyer/beitrag.php?id=24002, Neue Rheinische Zeitung,

2017 (23.9.) Tanya Ury gives an introduction, in the name of The Jewish Voice for a Just Peace in the Middle East Germany to the theatre piece “I won’t hate” by Izzeldin Abuelaish, adapted by Silvia Armbruster and Ernst Konarek. Direction Ali Jalaly, stage Peter Busmann, with Michael Morgenstern. Saturday 23.9.2017, 8 pm, Zentrifuge Theatre, Godesberger Allee 70, Bonn-Bad Godesberg (D)

2017 (15.11.) An article by Tanya Ury - member of The Jewish Voice for a Just Peace in the Middle East Germany - on Michael Morgenstern’s role in the theatre piece “I won’t hate” by Izzeldin Abuelaish, a Palestinian doctor – to be presented in Munich 18th November 2017 in the Haus für Weiterbildung (House for Further Education), published in the Neue Rheinische Zeitung (New Rhenish Gazette) Cologne (D) at this link (scroll down for English version): http://www.nrhz.de/flyer/beitrag.php?id=24335

2017 (29.11.) An initiative of European Jews (OneJJ) has been started for the hundredth anniversary of the Balfour declaration (2.11.2017): the public handing back of our right of “return” to our “homeland” Israel (according to the Israeli Law of Return). A video clip by Tanya Ury is included in the #rejectlawofreturn project, and can be seen online at these links: https://onejj.org/your-stories/  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7CMLkzSlvQY 

2017 (16.12.) Tanya Ury of the Jewish Voice for a Just Peace in the Near East, Germany, spoke at “Freedom for Jerusalem! Freedom for Palestine”, a day of action with the BDS Group Bonn (Boycott, Disinvestment and Sanctions), DPG Bonn (German Palestinian Association), the Palestinian Community in Bonn, and the Institute for Palestine Studies, from 2pm at Martinsplatz, Bonn (D) The speech was published on Abi Melzer’s der SEMIT blog at this link:

2018 (19.5.) Tanya Ury, of the Jewish Voice for a Just Peace in the Near East, Germany, speaks at “70 Years of Nakba”, a day of action with the BDS Group Bonn (Boycott, Disinvestment and Sanctions), DPG Bonn (German Palestinian Association), the Palestinian Community in Bonn, and the Institute for Palestine Studies, at Münsterplatz, Bonn (D)

2018 (11) Tanya Ury has recorded several text statements in English translation of 60 Roma or Sinti Holocaust survivors for ”Voices of the victims”, an online digital archive http://xident.de/vov-voices-of-the-victims. This project was initiated by Karola Fings Deputy Director of EL-DE-Haus (Nazi Documentation Centre) Cologne (D), as part of the RomArchive, Berlin which is devised as an international digital archive for art of the Roma – a constantly growing collection of art of all types, complemented by historical documents and scholarly texts, launched at this link blog.romarchive.eu (D)

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