ESTER: Young People Remember

Through the project “Ester: Young People Remember” we are enabling young people to use creativity and the creative language of graphic novels to preserve, tell, spread, promote and learn about local personal stories and historical events, putting it in a wider European context of the Holocaust. This way we are giving voice to young people to contribute to shaping the remembrance culture in their own societies. Read more…


MemAct! brings together educators, researchers and activists from different fields of Holocaust learning, civic education and community work against racism and anti-Semitism. The 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.
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The aim of the HANNAH project is to bring about enhanced knowledge, new forms of remembrance and increased awareness as regards Antisemitism, develop innovative tools against it, and contribute to combating it through capacity-building, awareness raising and policymaking, traditions and methods to combat antisemitism, using innovative tools such as the Educational Graphic Novel and Documentary, Oral History Presentations – Installations and dissemination actions. Read more…

The Holocaust, European Values and Local History

The project aims to develop, pilot and introduce sustainable methodologies and tools for an innovative approach in archival pedagogy, to empower smaller local archives to identify, promote, make available and safeguard important Holocaust-related materials, and to create own educational outreach programs about the Holocaust based on own archival materials and local history, presenting in the same time local micro-histories to global audiences. Read more…

Ester - teaching material and educational concept based on the graphic novels’ language

Ester graphic novels are a teaching material, its most important part being a series of dramatized stories about the Jewish victims killed in the Jewish Camp at Sajmište (Judenlager Semlin) near Belgrade. The stories focus on young victims and their families, their pre-war life, the life under the German occupation and during the Holocaust. The novels are based on real historical characters, true historical events, testimonies, historical documentation and material. An international team of experts worked together on creating the stories in order to preserve historical accuracy, the illustrations being a creation of an international team of artists.

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