We have a huge range of resources for educators available. You can search for a suitable resource using the three drop down menus - you can search for resources by the genocide which they focus on, the age group they are suitable for, or the year they were produced.

Our 2017 resources relate to the theme of How can life go on?

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These resources are intended for teachers to use with their pupils and we hope that there will be something for everyone in the range...

Here you will find a range of ideas that link to the different assemblies.  Some of the activities are more generic and some are...

Teach your pupils about the fundamental principles of acceptance through the story Rainbow Fish to the Rescue, which is about how one...

Educate your pupils on Miep Gies, one of the most important individuals in the story of Anne Frank. The Dutch woman hid Anne, the...

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Janusz Korczak was an inspirational teacher...

Use the tale of Danish Jew Blanche Benedick and her escape to Sweden during World War II to show to primary school aged children the...

The town of Hadamar lies near Wiesbaden in Germany.  Tourists passing through are invited to admire the landscape, explore...

From 1999 – 2003 Brian Steidle was an officer (Captain) in the American Marines. After his service had finished he applied for a job...

Rhwng 1999 a 2003 roedd Brian Steidle yn swyddog (Capten) gyda Morluoedd America. Ar ôl i'w gyfnod o wasanaethu ddod i ben gwnaeth...

Miep (bottom left in the photo) was born over a hundred years ago in 1909, in Vienna.  During World War One, when she was very...