Educate Yourself & Others
This page contains various resources and organizations that expand on the subject of genocides & the Holocaust.
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Yad Vashem - The Holocaust Remembrance Center in Jerusalem provides historical information, survivor stories, educational materials, and virtual exhibitions.
This educational organization offers teaching resources and materials for educators to teach about the Holocaust and its relevance to today's world.
This organization collects and shares stories of 20th-century Jewish and Roma experiences, shedding light on historical events including genocides.
Working through in-person and virtual platforms, the center’s custom-made, interdisciplinary programs are meant to proactively educate students about the Holocaust and also respond to instances of antisemitism.
The Aegis Trust is a UK-based organization that focuses on the prevention of genocide and mass atrocities through education, advocacy, and research. Besides the Holocaust, it focuses on various under-reported genocides.
Run by the USHMM, this online encyclopedia offers a comprehensive collection of articles and resources on various aspects of the Holocaust.
This resource offers simple introductions and explanations regarding various lessons of the Holocaust, which is targeted towards high school students.
The Ghetto Fighters' House: Located in Israel, this museum and research institution focuses on the history of Jewish resistance during the Holocaust. They offer educational programs and resources.
The Genocide Education Project seeks to assist educators in teaching about human rights and genocide, particularly the Armenian Genocide, by developing and distributing instructional materials, providing access to teaching resources and organizing educational workshops.
Genocide Watch is dedicated to the prevention of genocide and other forms of mass atrocities around the world. The mission is to raise awareness about the risk of genocide, advocate for policies and actions to prevent it, and support victims and survivors of mass atrocities.
Founded by filmmaker Steven Spielberg, the Shoah Foundation's website offers survivor testimonies through audiovisual recordings, providing personal accounts of Holocaust experiences.
IHRA is an intergovernmental organization that focuses on Holocaust education, research, and remembrance. Their website provides educational resources and initiatives whilst providing information about modern hate.
The Nuremberg Trials Project project provides access to documents and materials related to the Nuremberg Trials, which prosecuted Nazi war criminals.