New study, carried out by the Jewish Claims Conference, reveals nearly one quarter of Dutch Millennials and GenZ believe the Holocaust was a myth or exaggerated. The study is part of the Holocaust Education funding program, funded by the EVZ Foundation and supported by the German Federal Ministry of Finance (BMF).
With "MEMO Germany - Multidimensional Memory Monitor", the Institute for Interdisciplinary Research on Conflict and Violence Bielefeld (IKG) has been researching since 2018 what, how and for what citizens of Germany historically remember.
Transnational learning at historical sites of National Socialist persecution and extermination and also matters of European culture(s) of remembrance are at the center of the program. We followed up on projects that have already been completed: We delved into the biographies of heroes, visited the Naliboki Forest in Belarus, and learned astonishing…
In this interview, Evelyne Paradis, Executive Director of ILGA-Europe, talks about the situation of LGBTIQ self-organizations in Central and Eastern Europe and what changes are needed to improve the situation of LGBTIQ communities.
How long does it actually take for project ideas of the Education Agenda NS-Injustice to come to life – from a call for applications to the first outline and planning to actual implementation? A look behind the scenes.
In September 2022, a new joint project was launched by the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany (JCC), the EVZ Foundation and the Federal Ministry of Finance (BMF): the Holocaust Education funding program.
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have been funded by EVZ Foundation since its establishment