Resistance Museum South Holland

The Resistance Museum proactively creates connections between people’s own lives and the abstractions of war (Second World War), human rights, discrimination and racism. Assisted by a variety of (interactive) media, the museum provides information, mounts exhibitions, conducts workshops, lectures and debates, to build bridges between past and present, theory and practice, information and object. This approach places the Resistance Museum at the center of society. At one moment it can place current affairs in historical perspective and the next nurture discussions prompting a debate about a topical human rights issue. Resistance Museum South Holland is for everyone, but strives to create a basis for human rights for and by the next generations, which is why the museum makes a special effort to reach out to the young.