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Dr. Leonid Terushkin at the Conference in Honor of the 100th Anniversary of Raoul Wallenberg in Paris

16 2012

16 November 2012

The Swedish Embassy, the Swedish Institute in France, and IRICE [Institute of International Relations and European Civilization at the University of Paris (Sarbonne)] organized the conference "Raoul Wallenberg as the Savior of the Jews of Hungary" in order to address the still remaining white spots in Wallenberg's fate.

Dr. Terushkin spoke about the efforts of the Holocaust Center to identify saviors of Jews in the occupied territory of Russia and other connected activities, paying special attention to the situation in Budapest in January 1945 and the analysis of materials from Russian archives.

During the conference, it was agreed to organize another seminar at the Shoah Memorial for Russian teachers from 1-4, 2013, as well as a number of joint conferences by Russian and French colleagues on problems of the Holocaust.

 

 


Seminar in Znamensk (Kaliningrad region)

15 2012

15 November 2012

A seminar in Znamensk was held on the history of the Holocaust at which Dr. Altman presented the working program of the Moscow Holocaust Center. Director of the local secondary school, V. S. Ezhigov, contributed his teaching experiences. David Shvedik, Rabbi of the Kaliningrad region, and Yelena Podnebesny, Lecturer at Kaliningrad University, were also among the participants.

http://www.holocf.ru/news/729


New Information Booklet about the Holocaust Center

14 2012

14 November 2012

For the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Moscow Holocaust Center, a new booklet about the history and activities of the Center was issued, providing a survey of all programs and directions of activities from the foundation from its founding in 1992 to today.


Russian Teachers Completed Traineeship in the US

11 2012

11 November 2012

An international seminar on problems of teaching genocide and the Holocaust was held at Rutgers University (New Jersey) with participants from the US, Russia, Finland and Armenia. Prof. Alex Chinton (Rutgers University), Chair of the International Association of Genocide Researchers, lectured on genocide in Cambodia. Prof. I. Altman analyzed the system of teaching the Holocaust in contemporary Russia. Suren Manukyan, Deputy Director of the Armenian Genocide Museum, Yerevan, outlined the significance of the Holocaust and others forms of genocide in the 20th century in the text books for secondary schools in Armenia. Dr. Igor Kotler, President and Acting Director of the Museum of Tolerance (New Jersey), lectured on specific aspects of teaching the Holocaust in the US.

A significant part of the traineeship included visiting museums and research centers dedicated to the learning and teaching of the Holocaust in Washington, D.C. (Holocaust Memorial Museum) and New York (Anne Frank Center and Museum of Tolerance). At the Museum of Tolerance, the group was welcomed by its director, Mark Weizman. The head of the Anne-Frank Center recalled his experience working with younger children, while introducing literature for younger school children. A round table at the Holocaust Museum gave the opportunity for exchanging experiences and discussing perspectives of cooperation among teachers from Russia and the US.

Tatyana Pasman


Session of the UN Commission Dedicated to the Study and Teaching of the Holocaust in Russia

08 2012

8 November 2012

On the eve of the anniversary of Kristallnachta session concerning the Information Program of the UN took place in the New York headquarters under the topic “From Forgotten Memory to Nascent Remembrance: Holocaust History and Education in Russia Today” where Russian researchers and teachers presented their working results.

Vitaly Churkin, Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation at the UN, emphasized the importance of preserving the historical truth about the Second World War and the Holocaust and the intolerability of the distortion of history and support for neo-Nazi movements in Europe. He also underlined the significance of the fact that the session was held on the day of the opening of the Russian Jewish Museum of Tolerance in Moscow.

In his keynote lecture Dr. Altman presented the latest achievements of Russian historians in teaching about Nazi crimes, focusing on educational programs on the Holocaust and tolerance in Russian schools and universities. Prof. Yury Dombrovsky, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of “Memory of the Holocaust“of the Russian Jewish Congress, discussed memorialization of the Holocaust in Russian cities. Tatiana Pasman (Pskov) and Alex Feldt (Arkhangelsk) spoke about teaching the Holocaust in Russia's regions, and Alexander Engels introduced the educational programs of the Museum of the Holocaust and Jewish heritage on Poklonnaya Hill.

In his concluding remarks, Deputy Program Director, Ramu Damodaran, underlined the immense interest of the international society in the memorialization of the Holocaust, stressing the fact that the Russian Federation was among the initiators of Res. 60/7 of the General Assembly “Memory of the Holocaust” of 27 January 2005 and expressed his hope that the ”International Holocaust Remembrance Day” would become an official memorial day in Russia, as well.

http://www.unmultimedia.org/radio/russian/archives/125253/


Dr. Kiril Feferman Lectures at the International Holocaust Conference

04 2012

4 November 2012

From November 1-4, the conference “Lessons and Legacies,” the largest international conference dedicated exclusively to questions on teaching the Holocaust, organized by Northwestern University in Evanston, Chicago and the US Holocaust Education foundation, took place at Northwestern University. The Moscow Holocaust Center was represented by Dr. Kiril Feferman, who contributed the lecture “Rescue of Jews in the Annexed and Core Territories of Soviet Belorussia and Ukraine”.

http://www.holocaustef.org/programs2012.html


Seminar“ Lessons of Holocaust- path to tolerance“ for students and teachers of history and social sciences in Taganrog

27 2012

27th October 2012. The seminar was held in the Central Tchekhov Library at the eve of the anniversary of the 26th October 1941, when the Jewish population of Taganrog was massacred by the occupators. I Altman opened the seminar with a lecture on Nazi occupational system and the Holocaust“

The participants agreed upon the importance of teaching not only on the basis of books and different conventional methdological approaches but to include the reports of surviving eyewitnesses and of persons who were directly involved in these tragic events. In Taganrog the audience got the opportunity to listen to the experineces of Taicha Oterstein, the leader of the Taganrog branch of the Holocaust Center, who survived the Shoah and to report of a Righteous among the Nations, Igor Polugorodnik

The leader of the cultural program of the Tchekhov Library, Oksana Serbina, informed about new books on the subject of the Holocaust and lectured about the role of public libraries in motivating the young generation to turn their attention to the history of the Holocaust.


"Holocaust History and Education in Russia Today”

20 2012

Thursday, 8 November 2012, 1:15 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
The United Nations Department of Public Information, in partnership with the Permanent Mission of the Russian Federation to the United Nations,is pleased to invite you to “From Forgotten Memory to Nascent Remembrance: "Holocaust History and Education in Russia Today”
Thursday, 8 November 2012
1:15 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Conference Room 7, Temporary North Lawn Building (UNHQ NY)
The Holocaust and United Nations Outreach Programme is organizing a discussion on the history of the Holocaust in the former Soviet Union and how Holocaust education is evolving today in Russia. Since the breakup of the Soviet Union, scholars have been able to access people and archival materials. Historians have raised awareness of “unknown pages” in Soviet history as regards the Holocaust and are working with various institutions to build public discourse on the subject.
Opening remarks by Ramu Damodaran, Deputy Director for Partnerships and Public Engagement in the United Nations Department of Public Information's Outreach Division.
A statement by Ambassador Vitaly Churkin, Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the United Nations.
A conversation with Professor Ilya Altman, a Russian historian, a founder and cochairman of the Russian Research and Educational Holocaust Centre in Moscow.

http://www.un.org/en/holocaustremembrance/2012/8_november_2012.html



 


Kiril Feferman and Alina Testova lecture in Izhevsk

19 2012

19th October 2012
A seminar Commemorating the Holocaust - Way to Tolerancewas organized by the Holocaust Center in cooperation with the Udmurtian State University and the Ministry for Nationalties Policy of the Udmurtian Republic, supported by a presedential grant and the Claims Conference.  Dr.  Feferman  delivered lectures at the University on problems of the  Holocaust, in particular on problems of the evacuation of the Jewish population durig the war; A Testova informed about the educational and publishing program of the Center.
Seminar“ Lessons of Holocaust- path to tolerance“ for students and teachers of history and social sciences in Taganrog

Soiree for Alla Gerber at the occasion of the 2oth anniversary of the Holocaust Center

17 2012

17th October2012
The soiree for Alla Gerber took place in the Central House of the Writers with the participation of prominent representatives of Jewish organizations  and cultural workers: the President ot the  Russian Jewish Congress (RJC) Juriy Kanner, the film director Mark Rogovsky, the writer Arkady  Arkanov,  and the Co-chairman of the Holocaust Center Ilja Altman.



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