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A  living  memorial to the Holocaust, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum inspires citizens and leaders worldwide to confront hatred, prevent genocide, and promote human dignity. Federal support guarantees the Museum's permanent place on the National Mall, and its far-reaching educational programs and global impact

The MARCHIVUM is the first address for all questions regarding the historical development of Mannheim and is open to everyone who is interested in the history of this city.  We advise and give insight into files and other historical documents, provided that the legal provisions allow it.  
The MARCHIVUM regularly offers lectures on urban history topics. School classes and other interested groups can conduct seminars and workshops here.  In the course of 2020, the various offers will be expanded through the city history exhibition and the Nazi Documentation Center.

Das Institut für Zeitgeschichte (IfZ) ist eine außeruniversitäre Forschungseinrichtung, die die gesamte deutsche Geschichte des 20. Jahrhunderts bis zur Gegenwart in ihren europäischen Bezügen erforscht. Gegründet wurde das IfZ 1949, um als erstes Institut überhaupt die nationalsozialistische Diktatur wissenschaftlich zu erschließen. Auf diesem Gebiet hat das IfZ seither weltweit anerkannte Grundlagenforschung geleistet.

Recipient of the Global Peace and Tolerance Award from the Friends of the United Nations, the Museum of Tolerance (MOT) is a human rights laboratory and educational center dedicated to challenging visitors to understand the Holocaust in both historic and contemporary contexts and confront all forms of prejudice and discrimination in our world today.

Le Mémorial de la Shoah trouve son origine pendant la guerre, avec la création dans la clandestinité d’un fonds d’archives visant à rassembler les preuves de la persécution des Juifs. Le Centre de documentation Juive Contemporaine se double plus tard du Mémorial du Martyr Juif Inconnu. Centre d’archives, musée, le Mémorial est aujourd’hui un lieu de médiation essentiel pour la transmission.

here 4 U is a general non-profit organisation that works for increased security at school and in society at large. Together with our children and young people, we want to make Västerås a city where respect and consideration are obvious elements in everyday life. Our base is schools in Västerås and the breeding ground is all the children and young people who want to get involved in a better society. We have a conviction: encouragement, trust and responsibility create self-esteem and action. It's about Empowerment!

The Onassis Cultural Centre-Athens was inaugurated in December 2010, as a new cultural site accessible to all. Its mission is the promotion of modern cultural expression, the support of new Greek artists, the cultivation of international collaborations, the education and lifelong learning, as well as the co-existence and interaction of sciences, innovation and arts.

Our Mission
To strengthen Orthodox Christian communities and to share the timeless faith of Orthodoxy with the contemporary world through modern media: radio, the Internet, podcasts, television and more.

Our Vision
To inspire the Orthodox everywhere, nurture our children in the faith, welcome back those who have lapsed, and with the joyful, Christ-centered message of the Church reach out to, invite and lovingly welcome,all those outside our Orthodox Christian family, making them our own.

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36, straat van Verneuil - 75007 Parijs
Tel. + 33 (0) 1 47 07 79 69

Based in New York City and guided by founder and artistic director Moisés Kaufman, Tectonic Theater Project developers new plays using the company's trademarked theater-making method, Moment Work , and through a rigorous process of research and collaboration in a laboratory environment.

Since its founding in 1991 the company has created and staged about twenty plays and musicals, including Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde, The Laramie Project , Doug Wright's Pulitzer Prize-winning I Am My Own Wife, and the Tony Award-winning 33 Variations . 



UJA Federation's mission is to preserve and strengthen the quality of Jewish life in Greater Toronto, Canada, Israel and around the world through philanthropic , volunteer and professional leadership . Year after year, UJA's Annual Campaign - which raises approximately $ 60 million annually - allows UJA to care for our most vulnerable; build and strengthen Jewish identity and education, invest in Israel and overseas, and promote Jewish / Israel advocacy, while also creating infrastructure throughout the GTA that serves not only the Jewish community, but the community-at-large.     

Aleksandar Reljić, an awarded journalist and an editor in the Documentary Educational Department at Radio-Television of Vojvodina was born in Belgrade in 1974.
Throughout his 20-year-long career he has been an author of the documentaries mostly dealing with xenophobia, nationalism, war crimes and human rights issues in former Yugoslavia, burdened by the wars of the 90’s. He created Core Dox in 2019. 

- The short documentary film “The 40 Tons of Freedom” (2017)
- The short documentary film “Kosovo… Cheers!” (2017)
- The short documentary film “The Rejects” (2017)
- The documentary film “Heroes of the Battle for the Wounded”, (2015)

- The documentary film "Enkel". (2015) 
- The documentary “Auschwitz – The Yugoslav Remembrance” (2015)
- The documentary “The Sochi Foundations” (2014)
- The documentary “Kill God in me” (2013)
- The documentary “Trapped in the 90’s” (2012)

The Zachor Holocaust Remembrance Foundation
The souls of our dear departed ones, all six million of them,
are crying out to the world in a single word: "ZACHOR."

And as we remember, we must also educate others,
so that the lessons of the Holocaust will inspire future generations
to recognize, combat, and ultimately extinguish the hatred that breeds genocide.