The projects of the Education Agenda NS-Injustice

The projects of the Education Agenda NS-Injustice render visible the fates of persecuted people and groups – with a special focus on those who have received only little public attention so far. This results in cultural and digital formats that promote exchange and call for participation.

Education in Cultural Spaces

Education in Digital Spaces



  • Centropa

    The project will open up new ways of remembrance of Jewish life in Germany, Poland and Serbia. Jewish biographies from the Centropa archive will be researched by young people and processed with artistic approaches in remembrance projects which include places of Jewish life and activity in the cities of Bielsko-Biała, Kielce, Belgrade, Berlin, and Mannheim.

  • Crossborder Factory

    “Walter” was the alias of a myth-enshrouded resistance fighter in Sarajevo, whose identity the Nazi occupiers were unable to find out. In our project, the question “Wer is Walter?” is symbolic of the observation that we in Europe often know little to nothing about the history(s) of resistance to Nazism and Nazi occupation during World War Two in other European countries.

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