"Educating to Remember": allows us to identify the alarm signals before a new crimeGlobal Embassy of Activists for Peace

"Educating to Remember": allows us to identify the alarm signals before a new crime

At the Adult Middle Education Center (CENMA) No. 216 in Cordoba, Argentina, the Global Embassy of Peace Activists (GEAP) presented the "Educating to Remember" Education Forum.

At the Adult Middle Education Center (CENMA) No. 216 in Cordoba, Argentina, the Global Embassy of Peace Activists (GEAP) presented the "Educating to Remember" Education Forum.

More than 70, 3rd year students along with the director of the institution Regina Zurro, coordinator Laura Castagno and seven teachers participated in the event, where the central theme was the Holocaust.

Peace Activists also presented the story of Anne Frank, a Jewish girl who during World War II had to hide to escape the persecution of the Nazis.

Anne Frank remained hidden with seven people in the "back house" of the building on the Prinsengracht No. 263 in Amsterdam. After being hidden for more than two years were discovered and deported to concentration camps.

Of the eight people, only Anne Frank's father survived the war. Anne is recognized world-wide by the newspaper that wrote during this event, where finally it died.

The event ended with a photographic and audiovisual exhibition on the Holocaust and the life of Anne Frank, lessons from the past that leave living teachings for humanity.

The Educating to Remember program states that recognizing these facts allows the identification of the warning signs of the emergence of extremist governments, groups or individuals who carry out these actions, which may trigger a new crime against the human family. (See: Universities Forums “Educating to Remember")         

                                               

 

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access_time Tuesday, September 1, 2015