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Call for application for Project funding opportunity

YOUNG PEOPLE remember international [re]act finding memories for civic educational institutions from Germany, Europe and Israel

Main stakeholder

EVZ Foundation


Application Deadline

2 September 2024




German, English


In the YOUNG PEOPLE remember international program the EVZ Foundation, together with the Federal Foreign Office, promotes international, civic educational work and allows young people to engage in a critical examination of history. The focus is on transnational learning at historical sites of National Socialist persecution and extermination, as well as questions relating to European culture(s) of remembrance. The funding line [re]act finding memories focuses on bilateral and multilateral youth encounters for young people between 14 and 35 years of age, as well as professional exchanges for disseminators. We support projects that deal with National Socialist history in a multi-perspective, transnational, and interdisciplinary way using contemporary methods as well as groundbreaking concepts.

How to apply

Applications may be submitted up to September 2, 11:59 p.m., 2024. • Selection and funding will be in accordance with the German Bundestag resolution on BDS (“Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions”) of 17.05.2019. • Please use the application form and the cost and financing plan for the application: www.stiftung-evz.de/en/young-people-remember • Please submit your application digitally: youngpeopleremember@stiftung-evz.de

Thematic focus

Histories of Discrimination and Persecution

Histories of Violence

Histories of Wars and Warfare

History of Anti-Semitism

Histories of Authoritarian Regimes and Dictatorships


Remembrance / Collective Memory

Secondary Schools

Teacher Training

Inclusive History Education

Innovative Approaches

Multi-Perspectivity in History Teaching