Holocaust Education Trust Ireland

Aims to teach about the holocaust and its consequences

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Traces of Memory: A contemporary look at the Jewish past in Poland Exhibition Tour

Holocaust Education Trust Ireland in association with the Galicia Jewish Museum, Krakow and the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Dublin have brought to Ireland the exhibition: Traces of Memory: A contemporary look at the Jewish past in Poland This exhibition features photographs by the late British photojournalist Chris Schwarz and research and texts by Prof. […]

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Hubert Butler – Witness to the Future, film screening throughout Ireland in May 2016

Hubert Butler (1900-1991) could be described as Ireland’s greatest human rights voice of the 20th century, for his work smuggling Jewish people into Ireland in the years before the Second World War and his exposure of atrocities in the Balkans during that War. He traveled extensively in Europe from the the late 20s, gaining insights into Stalinism in […]

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Teaching the Holocaust- Exciting Continuous Professional Development course for post-primary teachers

The Holocaust can be a daunting subject to tackle in the classroom, our intensive three day Teaching the Holocaust programme aims to address this complex subject and illustrates how to teach it in Irish classrooms. Date: 22,23 and 24 August 2016 Venue: Trinity College Dublin Fee: €295 (includes lunch)    

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