ANED is the National Association of Italian political deportees from Nazi concentration camps. It is made up of survivors of Nazi extermination, and families of victims of the camps. ANED is a non-profit organization, as recognised by the president of the Republic of Italy in a decree of 5 November 1968. The President and the National Secretariat of ANED are based in Milan (Via Bagutta, 12 - 20133 Milan - Italy. Tel. +39 02 76006449, Fax +39 02 76020637, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org), along with branch offices across Italy. Offices are open Mondays to Fridays from 9am to 12.30pm.
ANED relies on the voluntary efforts of survivors and friends, and produces a quarterly journal called "Triangolo Rosso" (Red Triangle), which is sent to members and subscribers. ANED also publishes scholarly research and documentation, and organizes exhibitions about the history of the deportations. Our members are available for visits to schools or other interested organisations as guides to the history of the deportations.
As defined by law, the goals of ANED are to:
- reunite in a spirit of fraternal solidarity Italian deportees and families of the victims
- offer a concrete expression of the values of the victims
- develop a national and international understanding of the great significance of those deported in the cause of anti-fascist resistance, and re-affirm the principles of freedom, justice and peace.
ANED also considers it "its duty to educate people about the history of the deportations, above all tochildren and teenagers, to whom the defence of freedom and democracy is entrusted".
To contact ANED, you can:
Send us an email at: email@example.com
Write to us at: ANED - Via Bagutta 12, 20121 Milano, Italy
Phone us on: (0039) 02 76006449 (from outside Italy)
Send us a fax on (0039) 02 76020637 (from outside Italy
ANED National Secretariat:
sede di Milano, Via Manzoni 14
c/c n. 1069 ABI 03488 CAB 01601