Training Seminar for Educators
Teaching Holocaust History and Human Rights in Canada
All Canadian school programs prepare students to become informed, responsible and engaged citizens.
Teaching about the history of the Holocaust and human rights allows educators to explore issues directly related to this objective.
The study of complex topics allows students to reflect on the roles and responsibilities of individuals, governments and the international community in response to human rights violation. It also allows them to reflect critically on the legacy of the past on contemporary society. Students develop varied skills such as: historical method, critical thinking and analysis, reflection on contemporary world challenges, learning to respect others, etc.
This seminar for educators about teaching the Holocaust and Human Rights in Canada has two objectives:
To deepen knowledge about the history of the Holocaust and Human Rights
To provide with concrete tools for teaching about it
Complete the form below by April 15th to apply for the seminar and for a scholarship