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The Crocus Project 2019/20

Teachers! Would you like to take part in the Crocus Project 2019/20? We are now accepting late applications. This wonderful European wide project is free. If you would like your students to participate, please download the application form here. For more info please click here.    

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Why Ireland cannot forget the Holocaust

It is 2020. A new century has moved into a new decade. Occasionally remembered are the generations and a continent ravaged by world wars. New generations are growing up in a Europe where most take for granted the right to live in a world, free from death and destruction. But now is a time for […]

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National Holocaust Memorial Day Commemoration

The National Holocaust Memorial Day will be held on Sunday 26 January 2020, in the Round Room at the Mansion House at 6.00 pm. Due to great popularity we are now at capacity for the event and unable to issue further invitations. However, we will be live streaming the event on YouTube for anyone who […]

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Film Screening – Anne Frank: Parallel Stories

Oscar®-winning Actress, Helen Mirren, retraces Anne Frank’s life through the pages of her diary, and we are introduced to 5 other women who, as young girls, were also deported to concentration camps but survived the Holocaust. Written and directed by Sabina Fedeli and Anna Migotto, original soundtrack by Lele Marchitelli. Produced by 3D Produzioni & […]

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Stories that Move | 07 March 2020

  Holocaust Education Trust Ireland in association with Anne Frank House Amsterdam and Milan Šimečka Foundation, Bratislava presents a training day for a new online teaching resource to challenge racism and discrimination: Stories That Move Date: Saturday 07 March 2020 Venue: Dublin West Education Centre, Old Blessington Road, Tallaght, Dublin 24 Time: 09.00-16.00 Fee: €50 (includes […]

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Berlin Study Visit | 14 – 17 April 2020

  Date: 14 – 17 April 2020 Fee: €595 (inclusive of flights, hotels, transfer and tours) How to apply: For an application form please see bottom of page       Study Visit to Berlin, Germany, the country where National Socialism originated and became the seat of Nazi power, 1933-1945. The programme includes a walking tour of […]

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Film Screening – The People Vs Fritz Bauer

The IFI in cooperation with the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, Holocaust Education Trust Ireland and Goethe Institut, will hold a screening of The People Vs Fritz Bauer, on Tuesday 14 January 2020, at 6.15 pm. This is in advance of  Holocaust Memorial Day, January 2020, which celebrates the 75th anniversary of the liberation of […]

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Vacancy – Programme Manager

Holocaust Education Trust Ireland has a vacancy for a Full Time Programme Manager. Reporting to the Director, the responsibilities of the Programme Manager will include records management, financial recording and reporting, database maintenance and project management. Candidates must display empathy with and understanding of HETI’s mission and objectives, together with excellent communication, organisational, administrative and […]

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81 years ago: The November Pogrom

The November Pogrom, 09 November 1938, Germany and Austria On 16 October 1938, the German government expelled 12,000 Polish Jews living in Germany; the Polish government accepted 4,000 and refused admittance to the remaining 8,000, who were forced to live in the no-man’s land on the German-Polish frontier. Among them were the Grynszpan family whose […]

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Synagogue shooting, Halle Germany

Statement from Holocaust Education Trust Ireland “Holocaust Education Trust Ireland are shocked and saddened by the horrific attack on a Synagogue in Halle, Germany, on the holy day of Yom Kippur. Our thoughts are with the two murdered and their families. We wish the injured a speedy and complete recovery. It appears that the attack […]

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