Holocaust, Genocide and Crimes against Humanity

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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A digital monument to commemorate the fates of the Holocaust victims of the Szeged-Bačka region

Using modern, interactive, and crowdsourced technology, the Foundation for the Szeged Synagogue will create an online memorial that will also function as a “living archive,” featuring images, links...

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The rural Holocaust. Collecting and safeguarding the never recorded testimonies 100 forgotten Jewish graves

Seeking to combat the distortion of the Holocaust as a genocide which exclusively took place in ghettos and extermination camps, the “Forgotten” Foundation and its partners will locate previously...

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Distortion, denial and trivialization of the Holocaust, and recent memory; its use in hate speeches: Recommendations and strategies to counter them

With increases in hate speech and language distorting and denying the Holocaust, the Anne Frank Center is developing a project in a specific Latin American context to work directly with experts in...

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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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In the Presence of the Holocaust: Polish Society and the Extermination of the European Jewry, 1939-1945.

The aim of this research project is to investigate the attitudes, actions, perceptions and reactions of individuals, institutions and social groups in occupied Poland in order to “fully explain the...

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Remembering Concentration Camps and Countering Distortion

Since 2019, Documenta and its partners have been working to promote a more efficient government involvement in countering distortion and developing a culture of remembrance. The  project has worked to...

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The Beginning of the End: Klooga. Why we are still talking about it?

The Klooga concentration camp was one of the main camps of the Holocaust in Estonia in 1943-1944, resulting in the systematic murder of approximately 2400 prisoners on 19 September 1944. In order to...

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Mapping the Holocaust: Preservation of the Topovske Šupe camp

This scientific research project has developed a permanent record of the Topovske Supe concentration camp. The project team accomplished this  by mapping, collecting archival and other documentation...

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Shoah Atrocities Mapping -- Ukraine

This project will create an interactive online map of Holocaust killing sites in Ukraine, which will include sites identified through archival and on-site research. Highly relevant to the IHRA Grant...

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