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The Russian Research and Educational “Holocaust” Center informs:

20 2008

  The quarterly brochure of the Russian “Holocaust” Center is available now.
In this edition the reader gets informed about the new project of the Center: “There is no genocide against one nation” and other projects like “Holocaust: Remembrance and admonition”.
Due to information about new publications of the Center there are articles about seminars for teachers in the region of Moscow and a project of pupils from Volgograd, visiting places of the Holocaust in the region of the city.

The Holocaust Center congratulates Abraham Sutzkever –poet, former war prisoner and resistance figter- for his 95th Birthday

15 2008

 Israel. On 15th of July the poet and person of Jewish cultural life Abraham Sutzkever reached 95 years. Mr. Sutzkever not only talked about his benefits for the Jewish culture, but also about his liberation  of the Ghetto Vilnius  and his resistance fight versus the National socialism. On 27th of February 1947 he declared a testimony against the main war criminals in the Nuremberg Trials.

Dr. Ilya Altman, Co-Chairman of the Holocaust Center, and Gregory Reikhman, an Israeli journalist, met the living legend in Tel Aviv and congratulated to the special day.

UNESCO Receives Wiesenthal Centre "Verbe et Lumière" Russian Holocaust Center Essay Winners

06 2008

 This project became possible thanks to cooperation between the Holocaust Center and Foundation from Russia and the Verbe et Lumiere Foundation, one of whose leaders is a prominent researcher and fighter against xenophobia and anti-Semitism, director of International Programs of the Simon Wiesenthal Centre, Dr. Shimon Samuels.
  Paris, 4 June 2008.
  UNESCO Director-General, Koïchiro Matsuura, opened the 4th Annual Seminar of Laureates in the Russian Holocaust Essay Contest, co-sponsored by the Simon Wiesenthal Centre-Europe, its affiliated French educational foundation "Verbe et Lumière – Vigilance" and the Russian Holocaust Centre of Moscow.
  This year's contest received over 700 submissions from universities across the Russian Federation.
  In the speech, entitled "Applying the Lessons of the Holocaust" (text attached), the Director-General stated, "The lives of many people in this room were shaped by their personal experiences of the Holocaust. While others were affected less directly, we are all united by a determination that the atrocities committed during that dark moment of human history must never be repeated."
"Last November at our General Conference, UNESCO’s Member States unanimously adopted Resolution 61, requesting me to consult the Secretary-General of the United Nations regarding his outreach programme entitled 'the Holocaust and the United Nations' with a view to exploring, in consultation with Member States, what role UNESCO could play in promoting awareness of Holocaust remembrance through education and in combating all forms of Holocaust denial."
"(...) we are considering developing activities to mainstream Holocaust Education through textbooks, as well as training conferences of coordinators of our Associated Schools Project Network from all regions of the world."
He noted that "this morning’s exchange is therefore both timely and relevant. We must keep alive the memory of the Holocaust and use it as a rallying point for preventive action."
The five winners were:
- Igor Novikov of Moscow State Maimonides Academy, on "The Holocaust and the
Law: Theoretical aspects";
- Evgenia Kaminskaya of Novgorod State University, Law Faculty, on "Holocaust-Denial Legislation in Russian and European Jurisdiction";
- Darya Gryazeva of Herzen State Pedagogical University of St. Petersburg, on "Causes of Interethnic Conflicts and Ways to Overcome Them";
- Alexander Svetlichny of Plekhanov Russian Academy of Economics in Moscow, on "New Sources on Jewish Resistance during the Holocaust: The Case of Musya Pinkenzon";
- Elizaveta Pashkova of Moscow State University of Culture and Arts in Kaliningrad, on "My Letters to Anne Frank".
Their papers were debated by four students from the American Graduate School of International Relations and Diplomacy in Paris (AGSP) - Patrick Clairzier, Jennifer Wright, Irina Massovets and Anthoula Parianos - led by their Research Director, David Wingeate Pike.
 The Russian Holocaust Centre was represented by its President (and only Jewish woman member of the Russian Duma), Alla Gerber, and its Director, Dr Ilya Altman.
Also present were the Baron David de Rothschild, President of the French Foundation for the Memory of the Shoah, and Richard Odier of Verbe et Lumière-Vigilance.
The seminar was chaired by the Simon Wiesenthal Centre's Director for International Relations, Dr Shimon Samuels.

Soiree for Ilya Altman at the occassion of the 20th anniversary of the Holocaust Center

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6th September 2012
On 6th September at the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the  foundation of the Holocaust Center on 26th June 1992 a soiree for Ilya Altman took place.

At the beginning I. Altman told about his father's family having survived a ghetto in the Vynnitsa region and his parents who met at the front; then he described his life and work devoted to the cause of Holocaust studies, beginning when he found the manuscript of the “Black Book”.a collection of documents about the Nazi genocide of the Jews in the occupied territories of the USSR, which was considered to be lost.

Guests of the evening were friends, colleagues and companions, many of them connected by a longterm cooperation with the Center. Altman addressed them with the question written on a a large screen on the stage “The Holocaust - for whom is it necessary?”

Alekandr Gorelik, director of the UN-Information Center in Moscow underlined its importance of for the work of the UN, which adopted a resolution concerning the International Day of Remembrance of the Holocaust and which had developed a range of important educational projects; one of them which will be presented on 8th November in New York with I. Altman's participation; Aleksandr Sorokin ( Rosspen chief editor) stresssed the necessity of searching the truth and the remembrance of the Holocaust in Russia “suffering from an amnesia of her own tragedies”

Colleagues and companions, having accompanied him during the diffent periods of his life and work, underlined his role in bringing the notion and meaning of the Holocaust into the consciousness of the Russian society and offering a forum for the survivors to share their knowledge and experiences particular with the younger generation

Israel/Aschod: lessons without a textbook

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27th November 2011 The representative of the Russian Holocaust-Center in Israel, Gregory Reikhman took part as translator in the presentation of an extraordinary new educational project to study the Holocaust and the heroic resistance in Aschod,Israel.
The project "Lessons without a textbook" was attended by more than 20 student from the higher classes of the local state school "Makif bet".There were not invited scientist as teachers for this subject being of high importance for the formation of a Jewish identity but surviving witnesses of the tragedy, 13 members of the association "Amut Zikaron" (memory), an association of more than 500 former inmates of ghettos and concentration camps living in Aschod. Most of them came with the mass aliyah (immigration to Israel) in the early 90s to Israel.


Teachers from Russia finish their traineeship at the Yad Vashem International School

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29 March 2012
In the recent years a growing number of teachers felt  the need to  discuss the Holocaust with their classes and to learn together with their students  about the origins and lessons of this unprecedented tragedy.   The Moscow Holocaust Center invited such engaged and active people from 22 regions of Russia and one participant from Lithuanian Center to participate in the annual training from 18  to 28  March at the Yad Vashem International School of.

Holocaust Center and Hillel: Round Table on Problems of the Holocaust

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20 November 2012

A round table discussion with the participation of “Hillel” (Foundation for Jewish campus life) was held at the Moscow Holocaust Center, and the Youth Forum Holocaust took part in perspectives of joint activities, moderated by Dr. Ilya Altman and the director of the Moscow chapter of "Hillel," Elena Krulevich.

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