Museo de la Memoria y los Derechos Humanos

The Museum of Memory and Human Rights is a space for ethical reflection on the human rights violations committed by the Chilean State between September 11, 1973 and March 10, 1990.

Among its main objectives is to give visibility to these abuses, to dignify the victims and their families, to stimulate reflection and debate on the importance of democracy and tolerance so that these violations will never be repeated again. In addition, the Museum seeks to be a bridge between the citizens and our recent history, in order to generate a deep commitment to the unrestricted appreciation of human rights, in the different spheres of society: in the family, schools, places of work, politics and everyday life.

(56-2) 2597-9600

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Matucana 501, Santiago de Chile