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Who wants whom to remember what, and why? Insights from the Practice of European Holocaust Education: Experiences in Italy and Europe European Workshop on Multiperspective Approaches in Holocaust Education and Remebrance

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Thematic focus

  • Secondary Schools
  • Museums, Memorials and Exhibitions
  • History Didactics / Teaching Practices
  • Digital Media in History Education
  • Innovative Approaches
  • Multi-Perspectivity in History Teaching
  • Resources and Learning Materials for History Education
  • History of Anti-Semitism
  • Holocaust


English, Italian




Centro Bibliografico Tullia Zevi – UCEI (Unione delle communitá ebraiche italiane). Rome, Italy


25 - 27 October 2023


The main focus of the workshop will be on Holocaust education and remembrance in Italy, particularly highlighting the involvement of Jewish organizations in this field. Using this as a foundation, we will explore and examine the educational approaches presented by our European partners. Through this hands-on exploration, participants will gain valuable insights into the educational initiatives undertaken by different institutions. Engaging in meaningful discussions, we will have the opportunity to delve further into the topics covered in the presentations and reflect on how these perspectives can be effectively integrated into our own educational practices. The workshop is part of the project „Multi-Perspective Holocaust Remembrance in Contemporary Europe“ (short:MuRem). The goal is to build a network and strengthen multiperspectivity and interdisciplinarity in European Holocaust Education by taking into account the diversity of memory cultures and their consequences for the present.


MuRem Multiperspective Holocaust Remembrance in Contemporary Europe