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The Multidimensional Remembrance Monitor (1) - Divided (in) Remembrance

05. Nov. 2019
Michael Papendick and Dr. Jonas Rees

The culture of remembrance in Germany, widely appreciated internationally, is grounded in numerous state-funded institutions and an extremely vital civil society engagement. But what do we know about its impact on the attitudes of [ordinary?] Germans? Researchers in Bielefeld have begun to study this question systematically and have developed the Multidimensional Remembrance Monitor (MEMO) for this purpose. They present some of their findings in a series of five short articles.

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The Power of Emotions. Germany 19 | 19

04. Nov. 2019
Ralf Possekel

A German exhibition aims to awaken young people’s interest in history through the power of emotions. The exhibition, which consists of a series of panels, has its own website and videos and is available in seven languages. Who has experience with this approach?

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Youth Participation - Which Forms are There and How Far Do They Reach?

04. Nov. 2019
Alina Goldbach and Till Sträter

The foundation EVZ has been running the international youth exchange program EUROPEANS FOR PEACE for the facilitation of international youth participation since 2005. This year it has had the program evaluated with regard to youth participation. Alina Goldbach and Till Sträter from Camino gGmbH conducted this evaluation and present the concept used – “the ladder of participation” – here.

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The Auschwitz Institute for Peace and Reconciliation – working to build a world that prevents genocide

Rob Scharf

AIPR collaborates with government officials on a global scale to provide them with concrete tools for action, for example, in Kenya.

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Anne Frank. Not an exhibition

24. Oct. 2019
Dr. Meron Mendel

The Anne Frank Educational Centre (Frankfurt/Main) opened a learning lab in 2019. How does it work? We talked to Centre Director Dr Meron Mendel

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