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SAVE THE DATE: International Educational Conference “(Re)Member: Is Memory Enough in the 21st Century?”, June 30-July 2, 2025


In the 2023 Auschwitz Museum report, Director Dr. Piotr M. A. Cywiński wrote: "We are witnessing the resurgence of old, dehumanising, antisemitic, and racist demonic ideologies and the rise of new tensions and international conflicts."


Is memory enough to protect the world from these dangers? How can memorial sites that commemorate past atrocities help build a more peaceful and stable world today and in the future? How should we approach this increasingly distant past so that the memory of the Shoah, the tragedy of Auschwitz, and other German Nazi camps, as well as all the victims of the Third Reich, remains current and significant in the 21st century?

The year 2025 marks the 80th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. We would like to invite professionals working in education at Memorial Sites and other similar museums and institutions to next year's International Educational Conference "(Re)Member: Is Memory Enough in the 21st Century?", which will be held at the International Center for Education about Auschwitz and the Holocaust from June 30 to July 2, 2025. We encourage you to join us in an expert discussion on the importance of memory in shaping the modern world and our common moral responsibility.

More information, including details on the application process, will be provided later. Contact with the organizing team: .

In the meantime, we invite you to review the summary of our previous international conference "The Tools of 'Here and Now' in Teaching about 'Then' – New Technologies in Education about Auschwitz and the Holocaust," which took place on June 27-29, 2023.