MEMOIR is part of the European Union for Europe Citizens umbrella, and organizations from Italy, Romania, Greece, Bulgaria and Hungary have collaborated to implement it. The MEMOIR program was aimed at informing the public about unknown Holocausts, and in particular Samudaripen, the Holocaust of the Roma and Sinti during World War II, the Holocaust, the prosecution and slaughter of homosexuals and homosexuals. T4 or otherwise the elimination of people with disabilities. As part of the program, interactive educational activities were held on forgotten slaughter in the partner countries of the program, with the aim of both preserving the memory of Roma, homosexuals and people with disabilities who have been Nazi victims, as well as raising awareness among European citizens. with a page of European History to enhance the common sense of European citizenship between the program’s target groups and the minority groups concerned with the program but also to reduce intolerance and racial discrimination.