Tag: Holocaust Education

Echoes of History: The Imperative of Holocaust Education in the Wake of Tragedy


In the aftermath of the devastating October 7, 2023 attacks amidst the latest turmoil, agitation surges anew with the decision of the Ministry of Education of Israel to make Holocaust education non-mandatory in the high school curriculum. In contrast to the decision of the British Colombia Government in November 2023 which made Holocaust education mandatory […]

Statement by ISGAP Chair Natan Sharansky on Russian forces bombing Babyn Yar Holocaust Memorial Site


STATEMENT BY ISGAP CHAIR NATAN SHARANSKY ON RUSSIAN FORCES BOMBING OF BABYN YAR HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL SITE   BYHMC Advisory Board Chair Natan Sharansky: “Putin’s decision to distort and manipulate the Holocaust to justify an illegal invasion of a sovereign democratic country is utterly abhorrent. It is symbolic that he starts attacking Kyiv by bombing the […]

The Holocaust from the Arab Peoples’ Point of View


o8 Mar., “The Holocaust from the Arab Peoples’ Point of View” Dr. Edy Cohen, Researcher, Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies Date: Tuesday, March 8th, 2022  Time: 11:00 AM Eastern Time Click to Join ISGAP’s seminar series, in Arabic featuring simultaneous English translation.

Teachings of the Holocaust and Antisemitism in Arab Countries


26 Apr., “Teachings of the Holocaust and Antisemitism in Arab Countries” Professor Mohammed Dajani, Palestinian Scholar and Founder, Wasatia Movement Date: Monday, April 26, 2021  Time: 11:00 AM Eastern Time Join ISGAP’s groundbreaking seminar series, in Arabic (with simultaneous English Translation), on antisemitism in the Middle East. Hosted by Dr. Ramy Aziz, this series will […]

Antisemitism at My Door? How I Talked About Hate Crimes with My Children


Antisemitism and hate crimes in general are on the rise in the United States. According to the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), 2019 witnessed more than 2,100 anti-Jewish acts, including assaults, vandalism, and harassment, marking an increase of 12 percent over the previous year. This is the highest level of antisemitic incidents since ADL began tracking them four decades […]

Professor Deborah Lipstadt Interview – Oxford 2019


Professor Deborah E. Lipstadt, Dorot Professor of Holocaust Studies, Emory University ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute 2019 St. John’s College Oxford University July 7 – 19, 2019

Nina Wolff Feld, “Someday you will Understand: My Father’s Private World War II”


APRIL 12, 2016 “Someday you will Understand: My Father’s Private World War II” Nina Wolff Feld, Author, Artist, Speaker “The Continued Importance of Holocaust Education Toward The Prevention of Genocide” Location: ISGAP Center, 3rd Floor Time: 6:00 PM Convener: Vivaldi Jean-Marie