The discursive part of the project takes in workshops and conversation on the topic of the heritage of violence and the gender-specific forms of political violence, as well as the memorialisation of political suffering in the contemporary context. The workshop of Renata Jambrešić-Kirin takes up the issues, from a feminist perspective, of the need to pay due attention to women’s memory of traumatic events, which changes our understanding of the past and of history, and raises the question of why the gender recapitulation of history is the last to come – after the national, class and cultural. The women’s workshop run by psychotherapist Dubravka Stijačić leads members towards the understanding of the self and how to help oneself and others in difficult situations in life. The workshop of the creator of the whole project, Andreja Kulunčić, expands the project, bringing into the discourse a discussion of the concept of the anti-monument, as form of the contemporary practices of the memorialisation of violent heritage. In the case of the Goli Archipelago, this is a historical heritage about which contemporary society has reached no consensus, with the consequent denial and neglect of the victims.