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One cannot understand the modern world without a thorough knowledge of the history of the Nazi German concentration camp, Auschwitz. Students and academic youth can take advantage of educational programs prepared by ICEAH.

Educational work shapes the individual and collective memory of Auschwitz. ICEAH organizes postgraduate studies, seminars, conferences, and also prepares publications supporting educators in the proper preparation of young people for a visit to the Memorial.

Education in the authentic space of the former camp gives the opportunity to reflect and debate on many universal topics, significant in the process of civic education. Therefore, the activity of ICEAH is also addressed to various professional and social groups.




Expert conference: "The Role of Museums and Memorials in the Changing World" | Online broadcast

On 1 July we wish to invite to the online streaming of the expert conference "The Role of Museums and Memorials in the Changing World" organised on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the creation of the Memorial on the site of the former German Nazi concentration and extermination camp Auschwitz.

"Sport and Sportspeople in KL Auschwitz" - new travelling exhibition of the Memorial available for loan

"Sport and Sportspeople in KL Auschwitz" is a new travelling exhibition that can be loaned free of charge from the Auschwitz Memorial. The exhibition, which consists of 25 panels, tells the story of sport in the German Nazi concentration and extermination camp Auschwitz and of the fate of sportsmen deported to the camp.

Educational session for the 75th anniversary of the creation of the Auschwitz Memorial, 5 July 2022 - registration

"We only knew, that the mankind cannot forget... - the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum over the last 75 years" is the title of an educational session of the Memorial that will be held on 5 July on the occasion of the anniversary of the creation of the Museum in 1947. The online streaming with English translation will be available.

82nd anniversary of deportation of the first Poles to KL Auschwitz – National Remembrance Day

14 June 1940 is considered the date when German Nazi Auschwitz concentration and extermination camp began its functioning. On that day, the Germans deported from the prison in Tarnów to the Auschwitz camp the group of 728 Poles. Among them were soldiers of the September 1939 campaign, members of underground independence groups, high-school and university students, and a small group of Polish Jews. They received numbers 31 to 758.

Online conference on the 82nd anniversary of the first Poles to Auschwitz - invitation

On 14 June, a conference will be held at the Auschwitz Memorial on the fate of Polish foresters involved in the resistance movement during World War II and the history of the first transports of Poles to the Nazi German camp of Auschwitz. The programme also includes a discussion with family members of survivors. The entire event will be streamed online with simultaneous English translation.
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