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.
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).
Oleksandra Matviichuk, Natallia Pinchuk and Irina Scherbakowa speak with Dr. Andrea Despot about the challenges for civil societies and about historic-political education in times of war. An event in cooperation with Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften.
The highlights of the Foundation's activities in 2022: best practices from the fields of Activities Education and Action, awards and prizes for projects, interviews with project sponsors and partners as well as support for Ukraine.
In this interview, specialist advisor and project leader Johanna Sokoließ talks about „Informed, Courageous, Committed!“ – and how the resulting educational program counteracts antisemitism in the workplace.
The Holocaust against the Jewish population in Greece and German war crimes during the occupation of the country have been forgotten in our culture of remembrance. A working group from the University of Osnabrück is now dealing with the fate of these people on site in Karya for the first time.
Interaction, exchange, reflection - these are the words that could be used to summarize the expert discussion that brought together project sponsors and participants at the Theater der Jungen Welt in Leipzig on March 17 as part of the "Education in Motion" series. The event can be viewed online.