Museum of Memory and Human Rights. Santiago - CHILE
Direccion: Matucana 501
Phone: + 56 22597 9600
The Museum of Memory in Santiago was inaugurated in 2010 and is a museum dedicated to the victims of human rights during the military dictatorship of the Augusto Pinochet government.
In the building we can see samples of visual testimonies and documentaries that invite visitors to understand and educate about Human Rights.
The Museum of Memory and Human Rights was inaugurated on January 11, 2010. Its origin is found in the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Rettig Report, in the support policies for the construction of President Ricardos memorials. Lagos ("There is no tomorrow without yesterday") and in the decision of President Michelle Bachelet to respond to the demands of family organizations and human rights organizations whose archives were declared "Memory of the World" by the UNESCO.
The entrance is released.