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Knowledge gained from PROJECTS

What Could We Do?

This section of the Toolkit presents projects, which were developed and implemented by teachers in several EU Member States. This section of the Toolkit will be periodically updated for new, relevant projects. This collection of teaching projects can only be a small sample of good practices. Teaching projects which are not yet included in this Toolkit should understand this situation as an active invitation to present themselves to the online-Toolkit >> Interaction

Slovakia: “Intertwined by human fates”

Holocaust and Human Rights written on blackboard

Germany: “Minorities in Cologne – Porz”

Germany: “Discrimination Affects All of Us”

Austria: “Perverted justice shown in a German Fairy tale and caricatures in the Nazi propaganda paper ’Der Stürmer’”

The UK and Romania: S. J. Richardson “Human Rights and the Holocaust”

The UK and Romania: Mirela Popescu “Human Rights and the Holocaust”

Sweden: “Swedish high school students learning about the other’s 20th century history and present day situation in human rights compliance”

Slovenia: “The Holocaust in History and Citizenship Lessons”

Poland and Lithuania: Katarzyna Korsak “Human Rights Violation, The Role and Dilemmas of Bystanders before (and at the time of) the Holocaust”

Poland and Lithuania: Ingrida Vilkiene “Human Rights Violation, The Role and Dilemmas of Bystanders before (and at the time of) the Holocaust”

France: “Teaching about the Holocaust in Primary School”

Hungary: “Educational Study Tour to Authentic Sites”