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Seminar for teachers held in Novi Sad, Serbia

Terraforming and The Olga Lengyel Institute (TOLI) are organizing the second annual seminar for teachers from the Republic of Serbia from 21-25 August in Novi Sad entitled “The Holocaust and Human...

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Stumbling stones laid in Belgrade to commemorate Holocaust victims

On 5 July, in front of building No. 9 on Maršala Birjuzova Street, Belgrade saw the installation of its first Stolpersteine, or “stumbling stones.” Dedicated to Emil Dajč, Avgusta Dajč, Hilda Dajč and...

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80 Years Later – The Future of Remembrance

To mark the 80th anniversary of the Novi Sad Raid, and to contribute to the commemoration of the International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Terraforming, in cooperation with the Cultural Centre of Novi...

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How to Teach about the Holocaust in Schools

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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What 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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Why Teach About the Holocaust

Considering how best to make any examination of the Holocaust meaningful and relevant for learners in their national contexts is essential. This section is meant to help policymakers, school...

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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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Conference registration open for “Jasenovac Past and Present: History and Memory of Institutionalized Destruction”

The Jasenovac camp complex was a major site of mass killings of Serbs, Jews, Roma and Sinti, and opponents of the criminal policies of the fascist Ustaša regime during the Second World War. Built in...

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Online Workshop Dedicated To Holocaust Remebrance

 Lecturers:      Serbian – Jewish Choral Society
 
                         PhD Milovan Pisarri, historian
 
                         Prof. Dragan Popadić, social psychologist
 
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