The project includes three different kinds of WPs: two over-arching and project facilitating WPs, two WPs dedicated to the case studies, and two impact-oriented WPs. The over-arching WPs, WP1 (Implementation and Management) and WP2 (Theory and Methodology), assure coherence and continuity in terms of terminology, approach, methodology and implementation. Annual meetings with the advisory board, organised by WP5 (Communication and Training Impact), help monitor the progress of the project. WP1 and 2 start working from day one and continue all along the three years of work of the project. An internal two-day seminar on theory and methodology will be held in Month 2 in order to establish research questions and secure a uniform approach in the analysis in WPs 3 and 4. During the first two years of the project the findings from WP3 (Mass Grave Exhumations) and 4 (War Museums) will feed into the thick descriptions of the dominant modes of remembering in different settings, and contribute to the design of the cultural products to be created in WP6 (Creation of Cultural Events). At the end of the project one or two agenda setting articles on the theory of remembrance modes will be presented at an international conference in Rome Month 36 and published in first range peer-reviewed academic journals.