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Title: Antisemitismo senza memoria : insegnare la Shoah nelle società multiculturali
Authors: Santerini, Milena 
Subject Keywords: anti-Semitism ; education ; Holocaust education ; anti-Semitism ; stereotype ; prejudice ; diversity ; anti-discrimination ; anti-racism ; intolerance ; religion or belief ; religious or belief groups ; Muslims ; students
See Also: human rights education ; Holocaust education ; human rights education ; Holocaust education
Key Issues: Diversity education ; Holocaust remembrance and education ; Anti-Semitism
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Carocci
Publication Country: Italy 
Publication Place : Rome
Material Type: tools and guides
Language: Italian
Country: Italy 
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Abstract: The book contains some guidelines for teachers and educators on how to combat anti-Semitic prejudice, other forms of racism or Islamophobia in schools. The creation of an open and pluralistic society helps to overcome stereotypes and intolerance and prevents discrimination. The training and capacity building also involves the construction of empathy, personal responsibility and proximity to all. In this sense, there is a need to rethink education and teaching about the Holocaust in a paradigm that leads to a reflection on the meaning of life throughout the history and the memory of witnesses, from Anne Frank to Etty Hillesum, to solidarity with all victims of the past and present.
Physical Description: 219 p.
ISBN: 88-430-3416-2
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Holocaust remembrance and education

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