The website "Learning from History" is a publication platform
for educational projects (realized in schools
and in out-of-school, youth education)
dedicated to the history of Poland and its neighbors in the 20th century and human rights
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Searched tag: “human rights”

Articles:

  1. “Discrimination in the past and present - an international youth work topic”
  2. Auschwitz on stage
  3. Funding programme for human rights education through history learning
  4. Holocaust: The Ignored Reality
  5. Migration and Human Rights Learning Centre
  6. Remembrance about the extermination of Roma Commemoration status in Poland
  7. Remembrance about the extermination of Roma. Commemoration status in Poland
  8. Teaching with Audio Podcasts
  9. The Battle for the Past
  10. The Holocaust Resource Center - datebase with original sources
  11. The introduction of GzVeN and its reception in the Czech Lands, 1933–1938/40-45

News:

  1. Discrimination: Watch Out - funding programme
  2. Award - the Human Rights Tulip
  3. 6th International Human Rights Education Conference
  4. CfA: Europeans for peace. Looking back and moving forward
  5. Free online course „Change: Combining History Learning and Human Rights Education“
  6. Toolkit for Young Educators: human rights and minorities
  7. Call for articles: History and human rights - deadline soon!
  8. Stories that Move. Expert meeting of educators and educational policy makers
  9. 10th Jewish Motifs International Film Festival
  10. Giving testimony and act!
  11. European Youth Forum "Pilorama Lab"
  12. UN General Assembly adopts Declaration on Human Rights Education and Training
  13. Human Rights in past and present
  14. Webportal: Migration and Human Rights Learning Centre
  15. Photography Competition 2011
  16. CFP: International Academy on Remembrance and Human Rights
  17. Publ. „Human Rights and History: A Challenge for Education”, edited by Rainer Huhle
  18. Good practice in human rights education
  19. Teaching on Holocaust and human rights
  20. International Academy on Remembrance and Human Rights
  21. Human Rights in past and present

Projects:

  1. ’And… Action! Against Nazis’ - pedagogical guidance for educating about right-wing extremism
  2. "Dig Where You are Standing" Malchow: A sub-camp of Ravensbrück
  3. "Euthanasia" at Bernburg: Mass Murder of the Aged and Infirm
  4. Anti-Racism Project For Unemployed Youth
  5. Children and Soviet repression policy in 1930s
  6. Children from the photos… Polish, Gypsy and Jews
  7. Children’s rights in the Soviet Union before and after the Great Patriotic War
  8. Deportations in Russia and Poland in the 20th century
  9. Discrimination affects all of us!
  10. European Holocaust Research Infrastructrue
  11. First Person - Conversations with Holocaust Survivors
  12. Human rights education and historical learning at memorials to mass atrocities
  13. Investigating a School's Name (Ein Name verpflichtet)
  14. Local Library as a place of human rights education: a textbook for educators and training
  15. Memento. The Children's Concentration Camp at Litzmannstadt
  16. Never again – why we need children’s rights!
  17. People With Learning Difficulties Work at the Hadamar Memorial
  18. Simulation Games on Human Rights Dilemmas. Manuals with Role Cards and Guidelines for Facilitators
  19. Stalinism: Establishment of political regime and human rights
  20. Taking Away Children's Rights in National Socialism and Saving Children's Rights Today
  21. The human rights of the disabled, the terminally ill and the dying, in the context of the Nazi „Euthanasia“ programme
  22. The Last Journey (Die letzte Reise)
  23. The problem of refugees yesterday and today: case study of DP camps

Glossary:

  1. simulation game

Materials:

  1. Toolkit for Young Educators: human rights and minorities
  2. HISTORY AND HUMAN RIGHTS - A Resource Manual
  3. Interpreting iconographic sources (HISTORY AND HUMAN RIGHTS)
  4. Suggestions of combining historical education with education for human rights
  5. Human Rights Education
  6. To be a Jewish teenager in Poland
  7. Why should we teach about the Holocaust? – educational book
  8. The role of historical and political education in contemporary human rights education
  9. Anti-discrimination and human rights