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Why is remembrance important? Why do we continue to discuss the legacies of the Nazi regime and their collaborators across Europe today? How can we equip young people to critically engage with the history of the Holocaust and combat misinformation about the Second World War and Historical Genocides?

As part of our project Facts Not Fiction, EuroClio will soon be hosting two workshop events in the Hague at our offices. Both events will be training professionals specializing in Second World War history and harnessing their skills to better combat misinformation surrounding the Holocaust.

Programme at a glance

Selected participants will take part in an active programme examining the role of tour guides in Holocaust memory. In addition to a series of presentations, participants will share best practices and knowledge, explore the uses of digital heritage and learn how to better deal with prejudice and unprocessed trauma at conflict sites. Working groups will collaborate to answer the question ”How can historical records can be made more accessible for tour guides?”

For more details, find the full programme through the button in the call application.


Jan Erik Dubbelman – Emeritus Director of the International Department at the Anne Frank House

Other hosts tbc


July 30 @ 9:00 am
July 31 @ 4:00 pm
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EuroClio’s office

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