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Guidelines for Identifying Relevant Documentation for Holocaust Research, Education and Remembrance

For decades, a significant amount of the documentation bearing on the Holocaust and its historical context has been scattered, endangered and in many cases made inaccessible. The Nazis, their allies...

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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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IHRA Recommendations for Teaching and Learning about the Holocaust

Each IHRA Member Country is committed to encouraging the study of the Holocaust in all its dimensions. However, teaching about this complex and sensitive topic appropriately – and adapting it to the...

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Refugiados: ecos do passado, silêncios do presente (Refugees: echos from the pass, silence in the present)

Conference for students and people in general. The event will take place at a Public Library.

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Event on the Portuguese Parliment - exhibition and film-documentary

Event for politicians and diplomatic corp and deputies. Only by invitation.

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Educational Webinar: "Portugal, the last Frontier"

In the scope of the project “Holocaust Teaching”, the Directorate General of Education carried out a Webinar, in partnership with the Diplomatic Archives and Library of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs...

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IHRA Chair in Lisbon


 
 On 16 June in Lisbon the IHRA Chair, Szabolcs Takács, attended the conference "Teaching and Learning about the Holocaust".
 
 Also in attendance was Ambassador Luis Barreiros who is Head of the...

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How to Teach about the Holocaust

The Recommendations aim to deepen the understanding of the Holocaust by asking crucial questions concerning the historical context of the Holocaust, its scope and scale and why and how it happened....

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IHRA Visit to Lisbon


 
 From 22-23 September the IHRA Chair, Ambassador Mihnea Constantinescu, and IHRA Executive Secretary, Dr Kathrin Meyer, attended a conference and a number of high level meetings in Lisbon, Portugal...

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