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The Ghetto Fighters’ House Museum is proud to partner with the Association of Holocaust Organizations as we host a 2-day Conference at the Ghetto Fighters’ House on July 14 and 15, 2014.The title of this Conference is: Holocaust and Democratic Values: Educational Challenges

The goal of the seminar is to expand and deepen the discussion of Holocaust Education in relation to Education for Democratic values. We will address this issue through a variety of speakers but also by observing changes and developments within the Ghetto Fighters’ House, a museum created four generations ago.

Hotel and dormitory-style accommodations are available on the grounds of Kibbutz LohameiHagetaot – we encourage room-sharing at the hotel as there are limited single/double accommodations. Hotel Information

The Ghetto Fighters’ House staff will arrange for bus travel to the Western Galilee on Sunday afternoon with enough registrations.

Click on the following link to register for the AHO Conference

Looking forward to seeing you in July!


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