The Museum of the History of Polish Jews was opened in October 2014, at a symbolic spot: the very heart of a once thriving district inhabited mainly by Jews, and during the war transformed by the Germans into a ghetto.
The mission of the Museum, is to recall and preserve the memory of the history of
Polish Jews, contributing to the mutual understanding and respect amongst Poles and Jews as well as other societies of Europe and the world. It concentrates on promoting the idea of tolerance in Polish society and building bridges between different cultures.
CATALOGUE OF GOOD PRACTICES
Kazerne Dossin cooperates with the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews and the Anne Frank House. The project is co-funded by the Rights, Equality and Citizenship (REC) Programme of the European Union.
In this framework the three partners jointly created manuals for specific target groups: teachers and police officers. The manuals may be used in lessons and trainings about discrimination and racism. In the framework of the project ‘good practices’ were collected. They can be found in this publication:
MANUAL FOR TEACHERS