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CFP: International Academy on Remembrance and Human Rights

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The 3rd International Academy “Remembrance and Human Rights” will take place in Berlin from March 20-25, 2011. The International Academy is a unique learning opportunity for people working in the fields of human rights education, historical education and remembrance.

Goals of the Academy:
The goals of the academy are to demonstrate and discuss possibilities for the connection of historical education with human rights education, to further qualify participants for the development of corresponding project ideas and educational offerings and to examine different national perspectives on the remembrance of National Socialism (effects and consequences) as well as human rights violations (past and present).

Target group:
The academy is primarily targeted at project managers and educators in the named fields from Europe and Israel. Applicants from Central and Eastern Europe are particularly welcome. The total number of participants is limited to 20. The Academy will be conducted in English.

A 250 Euro programme fee includes room and board. For international participants it is possible to waive the programme fee, as well as to grant a travel allowance.

Application Deadline: January 10, 2011!

Information and Application:
Foundation "Remembrance, Responsibility and Future"
International Academy – Remembrance and Human Rights
Imke Leicht
Lindenstraße 20 – 25
10969 Berlin
Tel.: +49 (0) 30/ 25 92 97-0
Fax: +49 (0) 30/ 25 92 97-11

The application form can be found here (English) or here (German).