We explore the narratives of human survival. The resistance that Fritz Bauer called “the cost of our compassion, fighting and, as history has all too often shown, falling for a humane world.” The Forum, with its library, is a place for all those who daily confront stories of survival and remind us of human rights. Their voices too often remain unheard and their stories untold. This is what we want to change.
We research, record, and tell stories of resistance and survival around the world.
The founder of the Fritz Bauer Forum, Irmtrud Wojak, has dedicated a large part of her research to the jurist and human rights campaigner Fritz Bauer and has finally written his biography. You can purchase this biography online.
Fritz Bauer 1903-1968. The prosecutor who found Eichmann and put Auschwitz on trial, 2018, 596 pp.
Fritz Bauer Library, Vol. 1
BUXUS EDITION 2021,
164 pp., Hardcover
A Peshmerga in Parliament.
Fritz Bauer Library, Vol. 2.
BUXUS EDITION 2022,
286 pp., Hardcover
Rosa Parks sparked the Montgomery bus strike and stood at the beginning of the black civil rights movement.
In easy (German) language
BUXUS EDITION 2018,
80 pp., 18 fig., Paperback and Audio book
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