Seminar in Historical archive of Novi Sad was organized in cooperation with The International Tracing Service (ITS) in frames of a wider program for archivists and librarians from Serbia conducted by Terraforming network, as a following continuance of activities after professional training in Yad Vashem.
About Misko Stanisic
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Entries by Misko Stanisic
In cooperation between Yad Vashem International School for Holocaust Studies, Yad Vashem Libraries, Yad Vashem Archive, and Terraforming, a training for archivists and librarians from Serbia was organized in Yad Vashem between 4-11 December 2018.
An essay by Misko Stanisic about gender perspectives in teaching and learning about the Holocaust presented during the ODIHR forum “Gender and Intersectional Activism”, 21-23 June 2017 in Barcelona.
Publication “Escalating into Holocaust” is a collection of selected works, papers, presentations and lectures by scholars and experts on topics related to Holocaust research, remembrance and education, presented during the conferences, seminars, workshops and other events organized during 2016 and 2017 in the frames of the project “Escalating into Holocaust”. Publication is available as PDF and as an online ISSUU publication.
Supported by OSCE/ODIHR in the frames of the programme “Turning Words Into Action to Address Antisemitism”, Terraforming created educational material “Ester” based on graphic novels about young Jewish victims of the concentration camp at Sajmiste in Belgrade.
The material is available in English and Serbian on the website www.ester.rs
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.
Using new-media technologies and graphic novel-style illustrations, supported by OSCE/ODIHR in the frames of the programme “Turning Words Into Action to Address Antisemitism” and leaning on the outcomes of the Historical Archives of Belgrade’s project “Escalating into Holocaust”, Terraforming gathered an international team to create educational materials based on personal stories of young victims from Belgrade, Nis and Zrenjanin murdered at the concentration camp at Sajmiste.
A two-days event in Amsterdam was co-organized and co-hosted by NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies and Terraforming in the frames of the project “Escalating into Holocaust”. It included a public presentation and lectures, expert meeting and visits to important museums, with aim to further explore the ways the Holocaust is remembered, commemorated and taught about in different parts of Europe.
Dik I Na Bistar Look and Don’t Forget – is an initiative with aim to mobilise young Roma and non-Roma to commemorate and learn more about the Roma Genocide during the WWII, through annual gathering of young Roma in Auschwitz around August 2nd – the Remembrance Day of the Roma Genocide.
ODIHR meeting “Turning words into action” at the European Parliament in Brussels on 16-17 Jun 2016 brought together MEPs and representatives of civil society and intergovernmental organisations, in order to draw upon their expertise in respect of coalition building and to analyse advantages of and challenges to building successful coalitions.
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