Memory and Totalitarianism Germany, Poland, Italy student exchange project 22-28 September 2021, Krakow, Poland
“The Memory and Totalitarianism” project is a six-day meeting of student youth from Germany, Poland and a third country – the Italy, the aim of which is to deepen the knowledge of young people about the Holocaust and the occupation of Polish lands by Nazi Germany during World War II and to interpret this tragic period in a contemporary way in relation to problems occurring in the world, such as human rights violations, exclusion, xenophobia or manifestations of discrimination. The program consists of two parts: the greater part covers historical knowledge about the period of National Socialism and the period of World War II. The background for these considerations will be visits to memorial sites: Auschwitz Birkenau German Nazi Concentration and Extermination Camp (1940-1945); exploring the grounds of the former Krakow Jewish Ghetto (1941-1943), visiting the Oskar Schindler museum and the grounds of the former concentration camp in Płaszów.
If you are a student from Poland, Germany or Italy and you are interested in the history of the 20th century, as well as human rights, and you want to meet interesting colleagues and make long lasting friendships, and you want to spend a week in Krakow, a city full of history – this program is for you! Contact us and take part in the student exchange Poland-Germany-Italy, which will take place in Krakow, Poland on September 22-28, 2021. Very attractive conditions apply, the stay of participants is fully financed, and everyone also receives funding travel expenses. More information below. At the very bottom, we provide information on how to sign up! see you in Krakow!!
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