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Teachers and educators

ICEAH addresses its educational activities to teachers and educators, among others by providing numerous publications and educational materials to help deepen knowledge on the subject of Auschwitz and the Holocaust, as well as organizing numerous conferences and thematic sessions

We also help organize the stay for students in the Auschwitz Memorial Site, offering one-and two-day study visits at the Memorial Site, which includes tour and selected educational activities, such as workshops, multimedia presentations and video lectures. In addition, we support teachers in the proper preparation of young people for visit, subject to which it is worth taking advantage of the offers - preparatory lessons for a visit to the Museum. Teachers and educators also have at their disposal extensive information on the preparation, implementation and summaries of the visits, taking into account our proposed methodological studies.

There is also the possibility of support teachers and educators by making our mobile exhibitions available. They can be presented in schools and other institutions.

The Auschwitz Museum is also a place that gives teachers and their students the opportunity to engage in Voluntary activities, through which they can gain experience in the preparation and implementation of various projects, including those of an educational nature. 

Memoria Magazine no. 78

'Memoria' is an online magazine dedicated to the history of Auschwitz, the Holocaust as well as memory and education around the world.

Prof. Marc van Berkel appointed Honorary Consul of the Auschwitz Memorial in the Netherlands

Prof. Dr. Marc van Berkel has been appointed Honorary Consul of the Auschwitz Memorial in the Netherlands. He will support the actions undertaken by the Diplomacy of Remembrance of the Auschwitz Museum in this country.

Call for participants of the German-Polish seminar “How to Deal with Difficult Past?”

International Centre for Education about Auschwitz and the Holocaust at the Auschwitz Museum introduces the call for participants for the German-Polish seminar "How to Deal with a Difficult Past? – Educational Perspectives on National Socialism, Shoah and the Second World War." The project is organized in cooperation with the Buchenwald and Sachsenhausen Museums and Memorials.

Camp chess pieces found in one of the historic buildings

The unique and unusual chess pieces were discovered during adaptation work at Block 8 in the former Auschwitz I camp for the New Main Exhibition.

'Auschwitz. Not Long Ago. Not Far Away' exhibition in Boston

The exhibition 'Auschwitz. Not Long Ago. Not Far Away' created by the Museum and the Spanish company Musealia was opened in Boston on 14 March. It will be on display there until 2 September.
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