International Training on Holocaust Education – Entangled History as a perspective for non-formal education

Where and when: the training will take part on 7-14 of November in Polan.

Selection criteria: you work with teenagers and youth, your educational activities are connected with the Holocaust teaching, civic education or with the history projects. As an alternative you are deeply interested in all of the topics above and you are eager to get effective tools and methods to work with your students. You are over 18 years old, you live in Ukraine and you know English well.

[Registration form]

Deadline: September 10, 2019

[Detailed information about the project and terms of participation]

[Fundacja Krzy?owa dla Porozumienia Europejskiego / Stiftung Kreisau]

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