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[ Dove with Olive Branch ] Holocaust/Genocide Project

Poland: Ceremony at Krema II Ruins in Auschwitz II
1994 Poland/Israel Study Trip:
Ceremony at Auschwitz II (Birkenau)


The Holocaust/Genocide Project (HGP) is an international, nonprofit, telecommunications project focusing on study of the Holocaust, genocides, and current events. The purpose of the HGP is to promote education and awareness, and to encourage the application of this knowledge in a way which makes a positive difference in the world. The HGP welcomes all students -- Age 12 and up -- and teachers, internationally.

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A project of the International Education and Resource Network (iEARN), the HGP involves participating schools around the world, including schools and organizations in Argentina, Australia, Belarus, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Canada, Germany, Herzegovina, India, Israel, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Lithuania, Macedonia, Netherlands, Philippines, Poland, Romania, Russia, Sierra Leone, Slovakia, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Thailand, Uganda, Ukraine, United States, and West Africa.

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Features:

The Holocaust/Genocide Project (HGP) offers a curriculum-focused project catering to multi- and interdisciplinary education. Features of the HGP include the following:

All schools participating in the Holocaust/Genocide Project are invited to join the International Education and Resource Network, iEARN.

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iEARN: International Education and Resource Network

The International Education and Resource Network (iEARN) is the world's largest nonprofit global network, enabling teachers and young people to use the Internet and other new technologies to design and collaborate on educational projects that enhance learning and make a difference in the world.

Connecting Youth: Making a Difference in the World

Established in 1988 by the Copen Family Foundation as an innovative on-line program among schools in the United States and the Soviet Union, iEARN has grown to serve more than 25,000 schools in 110 countries, speaking over 28 languages, and working together to pioneer a new model of international education and cooperation. In 1993, Peter Copen, founder of the International Education and Resource Network, stated that iEARN is "not only about education," but "about saving the world, and the role that education can play in it."

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The Holocaust/Genocide Project of iEARN
Youth Using Telecommunications to Make a Difference in the World


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Original HGP Site Created by: David M. Dickerson

Please visit the iEARN international Web site, as well as the iEARN/US Web site.

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Note: Although iEARN no longer offers the Holocaust/Genocide Project, this archival Web site is a resource for educators and students interested in studying the Holocaust, genocides, and related current events. In addition to providing an overview of the project, and other content, this site offers electronic issues of the student-produced magazine, An End to Intolerance.


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