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Call for application for Study programme

Holocaust and Human Rights Education - Seminar for teachers in Georgia

Thematic focus

  • Local History
  • Microhistory
  • Political History
  • Social History
  • Other Approaches
  • Teacher Training
  • History Didactics / Teaching Practices
  • Innovative Approaches
  • Multi-Perspectivity in History Teaching
  • Resources and Learning Materials for History Education
  • Teaching Sensitive Histories
  • History of National Minorities
  • Histories of Discrimination and Persecution
  • History of Anti-Semitism
  • Holocaust
  • Europe
  • Georgia
  • Second World War


Georgian, English





Deadline: 30 June 2024




Teachers from Georgia are invited to apply to the seminar Learning from the Past, Acting for the Future, organized by The Olga Lengyel Institute for Holocaust Studies and Human Rights (TOLI) in partnership with Education and Research Center. The event is addressed to teachers of any discipline who are motivated to teach about these topics, and it will take place in Tbilisi from 29 July – 2 August 2024. The pedagogical approach used and promoted during the seminar is an interdisciplinary one, which starts from the belief that Holocaust is one of the most complex phenomena in world history and it should never be reduced to simplistic explanations. This interdisciplinary approach combines methods of Holocaust education, human rights education and intercultural education, with the aim to support teachers to empower their students to become active citizens. The seminar will develop the teachers’ competences to guide students in learning about the past, understanding the way in which the past is connected with the present, and contributing to democratic and intercultural societies in which every individual can live a life of dignity. After the seminar, the teachers will be supported to implement meaningful educational activities with their students which incorporate what they learned during the seminar and use the interdisciplinary methodology developed by TOLI. The seminar will be conducted in Georgian and English, with simultaneous interpretation. The project is implemented with assistance from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, sponsored by the German Federal Ministry of Finance and the Foundation Remembrance, Responsibility and Future.


The Olga Lengyel Institute for Holocaust Studies and Human Rights