Holocaust remembrance and education
          

This section provides an overview of international commitments concerning the promotion of remembrance of and education on the tragedy of Holocaust in the OSCE participating States.

The section offers access to a vast range of teaching materials, curricula and initiatives in the field of Holocaust education throughout the OSCE region and serves as an information point with ideas and suggestions for educators.

Latest documents and publications
Research in teaching and learning about the Holocaust : a dialogue beyond borders
Eckermann, Monique (ed.) ; Stevick, Doyle (ed.) ; Ambrosewicz-Jacobs, Jolanta (ed.) ; International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) (ed.)
Published: Berlin : Metropol ; IHRA, March 2017
(IHRA series ; vol. 3)

Meeting: IHRA International Research Conference on Education about the Holocaust (Lucerne, 15-16 February 2016)


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Material type: report - research - tools and guides
Subject: Holocaust education - Holocaust remembrance

Understanding and teaching Holocaust education
Cowan, Paula ; Maitles, Henry
Published: Thousand Oaks : SAGE, January 2017

Subject: Holocaust education - Holocaust remembrance - anti-Semitism

Action plan against antisemitism 2016-2020
Ministry of Local Government and Modernisation
Published: Oslo : Ministry of Local Government and Modernisation, December 2016

Doc.no. H-2381E


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Material type: action plan
Subject: national action plan - anti-Semitism - education - diversity - Holocaust education - hate crime - attitudes
Country coverage: Norway







Key documents
Holocaust memorial days : an overview of remembrance and education in the OSCE region
ODIHR
27 January 2015
Remembering the Holocaust (infographic)
ODIHR
27 January 2015
Hate crime reporting website
ODIHR
17 June 2014
Holocaust memorial days in the OSCE region : an overview of governmental practices
ODIHR
12 December 2012
Holocaust memorial days in the OSCE region : an overview of governmental practices (flyer)
ODIHR
12 December 2012
Holocaust memorial days in the OSCE region : an overview of governmental practices
ODIHR
27 January 2010
This overview focuses on the role governments, parliamentarians and other public officials can play in the area of promoting remembrance of the Holocaust. While many governments support educational activities, the main focus of this overview is on the active role played by public officials on Holocaust memorial days.
Holocaust memorial days in the OSCE region : an overview of good governmental practices
ODIHR
24 January 2008
Education on the Holocaust and on anti-Semitism : an overview and analysis of educational approaches
ODIHR
2006
Document prepared for the OSCE Conference on anti-Semitism and on other forms of intolerance, Cordoba, 8-9 June, 2005.
Preparing Holocaust memorial days : suggestions for educators
ODIHR
January 2006
Guidelines developed by the OSCE/ODIHR and Yad Vashem for commemorating the Holocaust in schools.
Preparation aux journees de commemoration de l’Holocauste : directives pour les enseignants
January 2006
Die Gestaltung von Holocaust-Gedenktagen : Konzeptuelle Anregungen für Pädagogen
January 2006
In preparazione della giornata della Shoah : suggerimenti per gli educatori
January 2006
Przygotowanie obchodów dnia pamieci o Holkauscie : wskazówki dla nauczycieli
January 2006
Kak podgotovit den pamyati zertv holokosta : predlozheniya dlya uchiteley
January 2006
Preparación de los días de recordación del Holocausto : sugerencias para educadores
January 2006
Priprema za dan sjecanja na Holokaust : upute nastavnicima
January 2006
Proetoimazontas emeres mnemes tou olokautomatos : protaseis gia ekpaideutikoús
January 2006
Kaip parengti Holokausto auku Atminimo diena : pasiulymai mokytojams
January 2006
Priprema za dan secanja za Holokaust : predlozi za nastavnike
January 2006
Holokauszt emléknapok elokészítése : javaslatok oktatók számára
January 2006
De voorbereiding van de Holocaustherdenkingsdagen : suggesties voor leerkrachten
January 2006
Why should we teach about the Holocaust?
Jagiellonian University
2005
These essays and supplementary material were first published in Polish. The second English version of the work is published and distributed thanks to funding from the ODIHR.