The Museum’s educational cooperation with the Dutch Anne Frank House and the French Memorial Camp des Milles

During the international education conference "Remembrance has not matured in us yet.", taking place at the Auschwitz Memorial site, the Museum signed two agreements: on the realization of a three-year educational project with the Dutch Anne Frank House, as well as cooperation with the French Museum – Camp des Milles.

EU funds helped in preserving the authenticity of the Auschwitz Memorial

The project "Preserving Authenticity - Nine Tasks for the Years 2012-2015" at the Auschwitz Memorial has been completed. The project was financed with a grant from the European Commission within the framework of the programme "Europe for Citizens".

“For the price of survival I made a pact”. Exhibition of works by former Auschwitz prisoner Walter Spitzer.

Drawings by Walter Spitzer, a former prisoner of German Nazi concentration and extermination camp Auschwitz are presented on a new temporary exhibition entitled “For the price of survival I made a pact”.

Meeting of the International Committee of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Foundation

Representatives of the countries which have supported the Perpetual Capital of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Foundation attended the 5th Meeting of the International Committee of the Foundation, which took place on October 13th in the Chancellery of the Prime Minister in Warsaw.

29th session of the International Auschwitz Council

Ongoing major conservation works and investment projects related to the education and service of visitors were some of the topics on the agenda of the International Auschwitz Council. The 29th session of the IAC, which was held on October 12 in the Chancellery of the Polish Prime Minister in Warsaw, was chaired by Prof. Barbara Engelking.

"We share a common goal" - Czech and Polish seminar for teachers and educators

The second part of the seminar for Czech and Polish educators ended on 4 October 2015. The seminar, devoted to the history of the Theresienstadt Ghetto was jointly prepared by the International Centre for Education about Auschwitz and the Holocaust at the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum and the Terezin Memorial Site. The seminar was attended by 29 teachers and educators from Poland and the Czech Republic, who are involved as part of their professional careers and interests, in the history of the former Auschwitz camp, the Holocaust and II World War.
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