MemAct!’s aim is to head for a cross-European perspective in Holocaust education
MemAct! evaluates, develops and implements best practices participatory methods to learn about the Holocaust.
MemAct! brings together educators, researchers and activists from different fields of Holocaust learning, civic education and community work against racism and anti-Semitism.
MemAct! evaluates, develops and implements best practices participatory methods to learn about the Holocaust. They aim to enable communities to connect the past with current societal issues e.g. new anti-Semitism, anti-migrant Racism and other forms of exclusion. Recent disturbing events such as the Halle synagogue shooting remind us on the immediate need of a turn towards a civic education approach in Holocaust education.
Duration: 02. November 2020. – 01. May 2022.
The project is developed and managed by:
- Museen der Stadt Linz, Austria
- Terraforming, Serbia
- EDAH.o.z, Slovakia
- Verein Schloss Hartheim, Austria
- Fundacja Galicia Jewish Kraków Heritage Institute, Poland
- Pädagogische Hochschule Oberösterreich, Austria
- Miteinander – Netzwerk für Demokratie und Weltoffenheit in Magdeburg, Germany