“We share a commitment to commemorate the victims of the Holocaust and to honour those who stood against it.”
-- Declaration of the Stockholm International Forum on the Holocaust
How is the Holocaust taught in schools? How do students make sense of this challenging subject? How are people affected by visits to Holocaust memorial sites?
The International Tracing Service (ITS) in Bad Arolsen is a center for documentation, information, and research about National Socialist persecution, forced labor, the Holocaust, and Displaced Persons. The archives of the ITS documents the fates of millions of victims, whose names and memory are to be preserved.
An exhibition entitled "The Holocaust by Bullets: Mass-Scale Shootings of Jews in Ukraine in 1941-44" opened in Kiev, Ukraine on 8 September, and will be displayed until 3 October.
Al-Akhawayn University in Morocco hosted a conference on the Holocaust last week that brought together experts and students from around the world.
ITF Chair Ambassador Karel de Beer attended the commemoration ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of the Babi Yar massacres in Ukraine on 3 October 2011.
The European Commission and Israel organized the 5th Seminar on the Fight Against Racism, Xenophobia and Antisemitism in Brussels on 26 October.
Nėra nei vieno „teisingo“ metodo, kaip dėstyti kurį nors dalyką mokykloje, ir nėra jokios idealios metodikos, tinkančios visiems mokytojams ir mokiniams. Čia yra siūlomos gairės ir patarimai mokytojams, kuriais jie gali pasinaudoti kurdami individualias mokymo programas, atsižvelgdami į individualius mokinių poreikius. Šios metodinės gairės yra sudarytos remiantis daugelio institucijų, dėstančių Holokausto temą, patirtimi.
The launch ceremony for the Holocaust Theatre Online Collection (HTC) is being held today at House of the Wannsee Conference in Berlin.
New Zealand held an official commemoration event in Wellington on 27 January and displayed the posters from the "Keeping the Memory Alive" competition in the Parliament building.