International seminar in Zagreb, September 13 + 14 2020

September 13, 2020
- September 14, 2020
Number of participants: 28

Centropa and ESJF (European Jewish Cemeteries Initiative) organized a joint two-day training seminar for 28 teachers from Croatia which took place from September 13-14, 2020 in Zagreb.

The training seminar allowed participants to learn about Jewish cultural heritage in Croatia from renowned experts. Furthermore, the participants were introduced to Centropa‘s educational tools, examined Croatian-Jewish history in Zagreb, took a closer look at the local Jewish cemetery and synagogue, and carried out small-group work sessions on how to develop lesson plans and projects for both classroom and extracurricular use.

We want to thank our supporters at the European Commission and the Claims Conference for making this seminar possible.

You can find the program here:

Upcoming Seminars

International seminar in Zagreb, September 13 + 14 2020

Centropa and ESJF (European Jewish Cemeteries Initiative) organized a joint two-day training seminar for 28 teachers from Croatia which took place from September 13-14, 2020 in Zagreb.

The training seminar allowed participants to learn about Jewish cultural heritage in Croatia from renowned experts. Furthermore, the participants were introduced to Centropa‘s educational tools, examined Croatian-Jewish history in Zagreb, took a closer look at the local Jewish cemetery and synagogue, and carried out small-group work sessions on how to develop lesson plans and projects for both classroom and extracurricular use.

We want to thank our supporters at the European Commission and the Claims Conference for making this seminar possible.

You can find the program here:

Centropa and ESJF (European Jewish Cemeteries Initiative) organized a joint two-day training seminar for 28 teachers from Croatia which took place from September 13-14, 2020 in Zagreb.

The training seminar allowed participants to learn about Jewish cultural heritage in Croatia from renowned experts. Furthermore, the participants were introduced to Centropa‘s educational tools, examined Croatian-Jewish history in Zagreb, took a closer look at the local Jewish cemetery and synagogue, and carried out small-group work sessions on how to develop lesson plans and projects for both classroom and extracurricular use.

We want to thank our supporters at the European Commission and the Claims Conference for making this seminar possible.

You can find the program here: