After the reunification of Germany, the Memorial became part of the Brandenburg Memorials Foundation (Stiftung Brandenburgische Gedenkstätten), an independent foundation under public law funded by the State of Brandenburg and the Federal Government. Other institutions run by the Brandenburg Memorials Foundation are the Sachsenhausen Memorial and Museum, the “Death March Museum” in Belower Wald near Wittstock, and the sites at Brandenburg an der Havel: the Memorial for the Victims of Euthanasia and the Memorial at Brandenburg-Görden Prison. The Memorial Leistikowstraße Potsdam founded in 2008 is administered in trust by the Brandenburg Memorials Foundation.
The “Museum of Anti-Fascist Resistance” at the former SS headquarters was replaced by two new permanent exhibitions in the course of the Memorial’s redesign in the early 1990s. Since April 2013, an area of 900 square metres here has been devoted to the exhibition “The Ravensbrück Women's Concentration Camp: History and Commemoration“.