The CURA Victims Support Fund of the Amadeu Antonio Foundation brings aid to those who most need urgently need it: The victims of right extremist violence and their families.
The Fund provides hassle-free compensation for material damage, covers legal fees, pays for psychological counseling and medical treatment, and supports victims in dire financial straits. In parallel, the Fund cooperates with directly with counseling centers and raises public awareness of this work.
The Foundation's work in this regard carries on the work of Ursula Kinkel, wife of former Foreign Affairs Minister Dr. Klaus Kinkel, who created Action CURA in 1993 after the racially-motivated arson in Mölln and pogroms in Hoyerswerda. The Amadeu Antonio Foundation took responsibility for Action CURA one year later.