Recommended Website: This online exhibition recounts the fate of European youths and children who suffered discrimination and persecution for very different reasons during the Nazi period. All of them tried to stand up for themselves and resist, using various means.
Recommended Website: A portal with many different voices, based on interviews with contemporary witnesses; an educational portal on the genocide of Roma and Sinti; a historical exhibition about six children: three websites where much can be learned about Roma and Sinti in Europe.
Recommended reference book: The book "Difficult Questions" is an exemplary communication tool that invites us to become familiar with other perspectives in the Polish-Jewish dialogue and beyond. It answers important questions in history, politics and everyday life.
Recommended Website: The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights regularly conducts polls on the situation of so-called minorities in the EU. These are accessible online and constitute an important resource for knowledge multipliers in educational work.
Recommended teaching methodology: The manual developed by Anne Sophie Winkelmann provides insights into the concept of diversity-aware educational work in international youth encounters that aim to challenge national-cultural concepts and promote awareness of diversity.
EHRI's main objective is to support the European Holocaust research community by opening up a portal that will give online access to dispersed sources relating to the Holocaust all over Europe and Israel, and by encouraging collaborative research through the development of tools.
EGO | European History Online is a transcultural history of Europe on the Internet. The project investigates processes of intercultural exchange in European history whose impact extended beyond state, national and cultural borders.