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Antisemitism and Holocaust Education Team launches a competition for students and teachers!

Antisemitism and Holocaust Education Team launches a competition for students and teachers!

Today – on the 81st anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising – the Antisemitism and Holocaust Education Team (University of Birmingham) launches a competition for students and teachers to learn about the history of the Holocaust and the Second World War in Europe’s East.
 
Part of a project exploring the slow impact of these histories on our attitudes to other groups. We are looking for creative cartographies from students anywhere in the world, and innovative lesson ideas from UK-based teachers and aspiring teachers. The student resources are available in English, Romanian, Ukrainian and Polish.
 
Supported by the College of Arts and Law, AHRC Impact Acceleration Account, and the COST Action on SlowMemory.
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