The 'Remember Holocaust- Building Bridges for a Common Future' interactive online workshop is part of the 'Remember Holocaust- Building Bridges for a Common Future' project, focusing on the memory of the Holocaust, aims to promote understanding of the past and enhance dialogue for the future of the European Union
The topics discussed during the workshop are stereotypes, racism and human rights, but also the values of solidarity, inclusion and peace based on the example of the Holocaust.
When: October 20, 2020 at 18:00 pm CET
Who can participate: interested parties (18+) from Greece, Slovakia, Germany and Poland.
The main goal of the workshop is to draw the attention of the participants to the example of the Holocaust: how the Nazi fascist crimes were rooted in this ideology and how its wreckage continues to influence people in terms of stereotypes, prejudices and xenophobia. who possesses them.
During the workshop, participants will explore forms of racist propaganda and its consequences, as in the case of the rise of far-right regimes.
Through this activity, participants will also explore practices that reinforce the values of dignity, freedom, diversity and inclusion: the common values of the Member States of the Union, as set out in the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union.
The workshop will consist of 2 sessions, of about an hour and a half each.
The first session will be dedicated to introducing the participants to the project and the workshop, as well as getting to know each other through a personal exchange activity (which movie or TV series is important to you?). In addition, the session will present work on stereotypes and prejudices using propaganda material from 2ο World War II as well as racist propaganda from recent years. How is it possible for an image to convey a hate message? Can we recognize racism in new forms of communication, such as memes?
The second session will focus on how participants view racism in their environment and provide a space to share and reflect on what can be done to reduce it and move towards a more inclusive society. based on respect for human rights.
All tools and methods that will be used during the workshop are based on non-formal learning and learning-by-doing methodology: ice-breaking games, actuators, educational games, quizzes, etc.