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photo: POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews

Horizontal Historical Education in Non-discriminative Activities

In the light of a growing number of discriminatory incidents across the EU, improving mutual cooperation and greater engagement for the promotion and protection of fundamental rights in Europe is crucial.

This project seeks to create a network of European institutions – the Museum of the History of Polish Jews, Kazerne Dossin and the Anne Frank House – working in the field of protecting and promoting fundamental rights. All three institutions are museums which deal with the history of Jews.

They adopt their resources for equality education to demonstrate a disturbing repetition of social mechanisms using uniquely developed methods directed to key agents in developing a culture of inclusive tolerance and respect in a civil society. By referring to the past, they seek to sensitize the participants, while encouraging them to adopt an active social attitude that could prevent escalating hatred.

 

Partners

Anne Frank HouseKazerne DossinPOLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews

EU co-funded