Graphic Novels: Bridging Historical Narrative with Archival Evidence

On the 16th of April, we were thrilled to host Milana Meytes, Program Manager at Terraforming, for our ninth Lunch Talk. The Lunch Talk, titled Bridging Historical Narrative with Archival Evidence, dealt with the use of graphic novels as a tool for Holocaust education.

Analysing and Addressing Antisemitism in Schools

On February 26, we had the pleasure of giving a lunch talk on the topic of “Analysing and adressing antisemitism today. Israel-related antisemitism, conspiracy theories and antisemitic incidents and mindsets at schools.”

ENCATE Members Pay Tribute to the Victims of the Holocaust

It is essential to dignify the victims and reflect upon the evils and perils of hateful ideologies and autocratic regimes. Remembering the Holocaust is still crucial considering the endeavors to distort or trivialize the Holocaust. Some member activities…

Testimonials from the USHMM Study Visit

USHMM-ENCATE Study Visit was a great opportunity to share educational skills and discuss contemporary forms of antisemitism. 14 educators from ENCATE met their collegues from the USHMM between November 4 and 9, 2020.

Reflections on Tackling Prejudice and Polarisation

Understanding and tackling Antisemitism and Islamophobia in relation to the discourse around the topic of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict – ENCATE Lunch talk on August 28, presented by Sharon Booth, Founder & Director Solutions not Sides.

ENCATE starts a series of lunch talks

On Friday, the 26th of June, ENCATE kicked off a series of lunch talks with a contribution about peer education and the difficulties faced during the Covid-19 crisis.