Holocaust Education Trust Ireland

Aims to teach about the holocaust and its consequences

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In Memorium – Max Levitas

Holocaust Education Trust Ireland has learned with much sadness of the death of Max Levitas, 02 November 2018 aged 103. Max was born in Ireland to Lithuanian parents who fled antisemitism in 1913 to join family already living in Dublin. He was an ardent trade unionist who opposed fascism and antisemitism all of his life. […]

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Hate Kills – The November Pogroms 1938

By Heino Schönfeld, Director, Holocaust Education Trust Ireland   On November 9 we remember the 80th anniversary of a terrible and murderous pogrom against the Jewish people which predicted the even more murderous events to come. The year 1938 was a fateful year for European and world history. On March 12 German troops occupied Austria, […]

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HETI Director meets Berlin initiative

Heino Schönfeld, Director of the Holocaust Education Trust Ireland met recently with representatives of the Kreuzberg Initiative against Anti-Semitism – KIgA in Berlin. Founded in 2003/04, the Kreuzberg Initiative against Anti-Semitism (KIgA), a registered non-for-profit organisation, was one of the first German civil society initiatives to develop education-based methods for dealing with anti-Semitism in a […]

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