For centuries Poland had been a meeting place for different cultures and religions. Their peaceful coexistence gave birth to the unique, multicultural heritage of this country. Jews constituted an important part of Poland’s multiethnic society. Their valuable input to the development of Polish art and culture, numerous architectural landmarks and hundreds of cemeteries still remind us about their presence.
Our aim is to encourage students to discover Poland’s multicultural heritage and to bring its memory back to the public. We believe that this is an important step towards a better understanding of other peoples and the world around us. div>More about the project >>
60 teachers from all around Poland and 20 youth animators took place in a national training organized by the Foundation for the Preservation of Jewish Heritage in Poland within the framework of the third edition of the “To Bring Memory Back” program. During four following days the more »
We proudly inform you that the number of schools registered in this year’s edition of the „To Bring Memory Back” educational program has exceeded 100. Since the declarations of the other schools keep coming, it is sure that the third edition of the “To Bring Memory Back” more »
We invite teachers and coordinators of the youth groups participating in the 3rd edition of the educational program "To Bring Memory Back" to take part in the national training for teachers. The training is free of charge.
We gladly inform you that on July 1, 2007, Karol Glebocki, history teacher at Center for Professional Education in Wysokie Mazowieckie was honored with a diploma awarded by the Embassy of Israel in Poland and Jewish Historical Institute in recognition of his activity for protection more »
We kindly remind that there is an online form available on our website, which all schools and organizations interested in joining the newest edition of the program need to fill first. The form may be found here. more »
Starting from May 30th schools interested in joining the new edition of the "To Bring the Memory Back" program may sign up by filling a web form available in the "Sign Up" section of this website. more »