As part of their joint efforts to address anti-Semitism, UNESCO and OSCE/ODIHR are publishing a four volume set of training curricula, designed for trainers of (1) primary school teachers, (2) secondary school teachers, (3) vocational school teachers, and (4) school directors. The curricula were developed with the support of the University College London Centre for Holocaust Education, as part of ODIHR’s Turning Words into Action to Address anti-Semitism project and within the framework of UNESCO’s programme on Global Citizenship Education. They are closely based on UNESCO and ODIHR’s guidelines for policymakers on “Addressing anti-Semitism through Education”, published in 2018.
The online launch will include a panel discussion on the topic of “The importance of education in addressing anti-Semitism” with the participation of
Followed by a presentation of the framework curricula by
The event will be opened by Katarzyna Gardapkhadze, Officer-in-Charge, OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights and Stefania Giannini, UNESCO Assistant Director General for Education and Ambassador Michaela Küchler, International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance Chair. It will be be moderated by Stephen Smith, Executive Director, USC Shoah Foundation and UNESCO Chair for Genocide Education and Kishan Manocha, Head, Tolerance and Non-Discrimination Department, ODIHR.
The event will be held in English.