The Holocaust Centre publishes a wide range of books and resources about the Holocaust and genocide, including survivor testimonies, poetry, books and CD-Roms for schools, academic textbooks, films and posters. Please browse these pages for details of our latest publications.
Key classroom resources:
The Centre recommends five key resources for classroom use when dealing with issues from the Holocaust:
The Refuge Project is an excellent way of linking lessons from the Holocaust to contemporary issues.
Refuge: Learning about Refugees with Refugees is a comprehensive education pack containing 19 short films, refugee testimony, a teachers’ guide, lessons guidelines, worksheets and documents. An invaluable resource to approach issues relating to refugees and asylum-seekers.
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Of the Berlin street: “At this point, I felt things really clicked into place and the children began to understand day-to-day life for Jews.” The carriage was engaging and poignant; children really got to see what happened in reality, but in a sensitive way.” “The home was atmospheric and children got a real feel for life in Germany in the 1930s.”