The Civil Society Pre‑Conference and the OSCE Chairmanship Conference on Tolerance and Diversity were held on October 19-20 in Berlin. Terraforming took an active part at the Pre-Conference for Civil Society, particularly at the Working group on Education for Tolerance and Diversity.
The conference 15 -17 February 2016 in Lucerne, Switzerland was the concluding event of IHRA‘s Education Research Project with aim to provide an overview and a mapping of knowledge coming out of empirical research studies about teaching and learning about the Holocaust.
Stockholm - Amsterdam - Novi Sad
Terraforming (”Earth‐shaping”) is a term from astronomy, defining the theoretical process of deliberately modifying the atmosphere, temperature or topography of a new planet, to make it habitable by humans.
But before we start changing other planets, we believe that it is our World that needs to be “terraformed” first, making it a better place, with more empathy and love, with genuine respect for human rights, equality and freedom.
We are trying to give our small contribution to that kind of "terraforming" of our World.