The project is supported by the European Commission within the framework of the “Europe for Citizens“ Program, Action 4 – “Active European Remembrance”. Info

If you are a teacher from one of the project countries and are interested in participating in the program, please contact the national coordinator – see the contact page in the appropriate language.



The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem (ICEJ) in cooperation with other partners is organizing an interactive program for students in Auschwitz on 28 April 2014.

This project, part of the larger international March of the Living, serves as an unforgettable experience of education and discovery for high school and university students. They will have the opportunity to see first-hand the scope of the Nazi evil through a visit to the Holocaust site where the infamous horrors took place. Besides remembering the victims, they will also have the opportunity to reflect on the tragedy of the Holocaust together with their peers from different countries. Debating with survivors and among themselves, they will think about the dangers of hatred and intolerance and be inspired to promote better relations among people of diverse cultures. The guided discussion will serve as a practical opportunity to learn how to respect differences and engage in dialogue.

International partners of the project are ICEJ Czech Republic, ICEJ Germany, ICEJ Austria, ICEJ Slovakia and the Slovak civic association Chevra. Any high-school student from the project countries (Czech Republic, Germany, Austria, Slovakia) may participate; however, as a rule only school groups accompanied by their teacher are accepted. We recommend the project in particular to students who have already shown interest in the fields of history and human rights.



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