Education

Summary: Why, What, and How to Teach about the Holocaust

The Holocaust was the state-sponsored, systematic persecution and murder of Jews by Nazi Germany and its collaborators between 1933 and 1945. A continent-wide genocide, it destroyed not only...

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Footsteps of the Past, Present. Future

This project aims to preserve sites that are forgotten, abandoned and unknown to the general public by equipping participants with the knowledge and skills to create and lead educational tours that...

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Untold Stories of the Holocaust, from the Corners of Europe

Reaching across borders and through time, this project aims to use new technologies to shed light on lesser-known aspects of the Holocaust. The Holocaust Memorial Day Trust and The National Holocaust...

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IHRA delegate Werner Dreier honored with national award

Werner Dreier, who has been a member of the Austrian delegation to the IHRA since 2001, received a prestigious Austrian national award for his long-lasting and influential work in education about the...

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On the Way to Setting a Holocaust Memorial Day in Belarus: Introduction the knowledge about the Minsk Ghetto into the educational process.

The plight of the Belarusian Jews during the Second World War is an inseparable part of the tragedy of the Belarusian people. Therefore, it is very important for every Belarusian pupil to know what...

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Teaching About the Holocaust Without Survivors

First-person survivor testimony in many countries has been an integral part of Holocaust education since its inception. They have been, and continue to be, the bearers of witness in educational...

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The Lost Sephardic World of the Western Balkans

From 2017 to 2018, Centropa created an exhibition on the history of Jews in the region of the former Yugoslavia. he exhibition consists of eleven panels. Four of the eleven panels form the core of the...

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Stutthof Maritime Evacuation Project

From April to May 1945 prisoners of the Stutthof concentration camp were evacuated and transported over the Baltic Sea. The purpose of this project was to investigate and produce new certainties about...

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Fake Images: Antisemitism from stereotype to genocide

Concerned by the increase in antisemitic incidents and the resurgence of extreme nationalism, the project raises awareness of the severe effects of antisemitic imagery and the urgency of undertaking...

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Trans-Atlantic Dialogues: Holocaust educators discuss challenges and solutions

On March 18, the second in a series of webinars on Holocaust education was held by the US Department of State, with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. The webinar was hosted by United States...

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