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Holocaust Educational Trust's 2014 Ambassador Conference

Following the huge success of our first ever Ambassador Conference in 2013 we are delighted to invite Ambassadors to save the date for #AmCon2014.

 

 

APPLY NOW: Lessons from Auschwitz CPD Course for Teachers

Teachers from secondary schools and colleges across England are invited to take part in our upcoming teacher-only Lessons from Auschwitz course. This four-part professional development course is for secondary or post-16 teachers of any subject area..

 

 

Thomas Harding and Ed Vaizey MP speak at the Holocaust Educational Trust’s annual Lord Merlyn-Rees Memorial Lecture

Over 250 guests gathered at The Houses of Parliament on Monday 20th January for our Lord Merlyn-Rees Memorial Lecture. The lecture featured guest speakers Thomas Harding, author of ‘Hanns and Rudolf’ and Ed Vaizey MP, Minister for Culture, Communications & Creative Industries.

 

 

 

The Holocaust Educational Trust works with schools, colleges and communities across the UK to educate about the Holocaust and its contemporary relevance.

The Trust plays a central role in combating antisemitism, racism and prejudice in our society today by delivering innovative educational and teacher training programmes and producing groundbreaking resources such as the BAFTA award-winning Recollections DVD.

By partnering with schools, universities, Local Education Authorities and other institutions our work ensures the Holocaust has a permanent place in our nation’s collective memory.

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