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

World insights

In contemporary world we face the common problem: how to deal with the historical memory in societies composed of citizens of different nationalities, how to hand down this memory to next generations, how to solve the problems of racism, xenophobia, intolerance and the reviving extreme ideologies like neo-Nazism.

“World insights” is dedicated to promote the good practices of respecting human rights and drawing on the experience of the past for building the future.

Projects
The learning module wants pupils to discuss what rights are and why children need rights. After looking back at disenfranchisement in history, it shows pupils the importance of saving rights today. It asks them how a...
In the learning module, the concept of “learning for Human Rights”, or in this case “Children’s Rights” is brought into focus. The students get to know the Geneva Declaration of the Rights of...
The Learning Module cosist of 3 interactive lessons about the history of DP camps and a guided tour to memorial place and exhibition of Museum in Bergen-Belsen conected to discussions on feelings after visit of memorial...
History of childhood in Stalin’s times and history of children’s rights are equally important for this educational module and allow to see the process of recognition of children as an object of protection...
Learning module has been reflected for implementation during social studies lessons (lessons in Russian schools that include basics of economy, political sciences, philosophy and law) after aforesaid historical topic was...
News
19.09.2016 | Monday
EUROPEANS FOR PEACE - the funding programme for international school and youth projects - announces this years' call for application on the subject ...
22.06.2016 | Wednesday
Since its establishment in 2008, the Human Rights Tulip has been awarded to individuals and organisations from a variety of countries. The Human Rights Tulip is an ...
13.04.2015 | Monday
Forum for Young Professionals "Europe Lab" is a unique communication and exchange platform for change makers from all over Europe working in public administration, ...
09.04.2015 | Thursday
The application deadline is the 25th of April 2015. The application form can be viewed here.
29.04.2014 | Tuesday
A joint event of the Anne Frank House, the Anne Frank Zentrum and the Federal Agency for Civic Education (BpB). In cooperation with the Congress of National Communities ...
"Welcome to the first edition of the LfH Magazine in the new year. We’re focusing on "discrimination in the past and the present" in international project work."
In Czechoslovakia, as in many other Central European countries, the introduction of the Law for the Prevention of Hereditarily Diseased Offspring (Gesetz zur Verhütung erbkranken ...
As Andy Potts writes "Russia’s culture ministry, headed by the ultra-patriotic Vladimir Medinsky, is barreling into another row over the country’s recent history. The abrupt ...
With the funding programme “Teaching human rights” launched in 2008, the Foundation EVZ has been making a specific contribution to linking the teaching of human rights with learning ...