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Our educational programmes

We believe it is important for every person, regardless of their age or background, to learn about the history of the Holocaust. Because knowing and understanding what went wrong back then, can help us try to do things differently in our own lives, workplaces and communities.

At the Cape Town Holocaust & Genocide Centre, we provide educational programmes for learners and adults, and can also assist you in learning how to educate others about the Holocaust and the related ethical and human rights issues. A variety of resource material from the South African Holocaust & Genocide Foundation is available for purchase or loan.

Portal-based Education Programmes

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Centre-based Education Programmes

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The White Rose Project

The Cape Town Holocaust & Genocide Centre runs an annual art and writing project for high school learners in the Western Cape. The White Rose Project takes its name from a group of German university students who resisted Nazi oppression. They were known as the White Rose Movement.

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The White Rose Project