Upcoming Seminars

Past Seminars

CJN seminar in Berlin, 2017

Do you teach in a European Jewish school? Would you like to get your students involved in cross-border projects with students in Jewish schools all over Europe, North America and Israel while helping building Jewish identity? Of course you would! Now is the time to sign up for the fifth annual CJN seminar, taking place between 12-14 February in Berlin.

Balkan Seminar

Balkan Jewish History and Digital Story-Telling 

06.-8.05.2016, Skopje, Macedonia. 

This seminar will bring together teachers and ministry representatives from western Balkan countries to acquaint themselves with Centropa's education program, to explore 20th century Balkan Jewish History, and to establish international partnerships.

This seminar was made possible by the Claims Conference, the Holocaust Memorial Center for the Jews of Macedonia, the US Embassy to Macedonia, and the Austrian Embassy to Macedonia.

More information is available here.

Trans.History 2016

Trans.History Seminar 2016

08.-10.04.2016, Krakow. 

This seminar brought together teachers and NGO representatives from Poland, Ukraine and Germany to acquaint themselves with Centropa`s education program, to explore 20th century Jewish Polish and Jewish Ukrainian history, and to establish international partnerships.

This seminar was made possible by the Taube Foundation, The Friedrich Ebert Stifftung and IHRA. More photos can be seen here

US Winter Seminar

US 2016 Winter Seminar

13-15 February, 2016

Twenty-one educators from Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, New Jersey, and Maryland attended Centropa’s 10th annual Winter Seminar, held this year in West Palm Beach, Florida, and conducted in partnership with The School District of Palm Beach County and inSIGHT Through Education. Participants explored Centropa's resources, worked together on lessons, and learned from veteran Centropa teachers dynamic ways to use Centropa's interviews, photographs, short multimedia films, and our website about Teofila Silberring. The highlight of the seminar were our special guests, Shelly Weiner and Raya Kizhnerman, who survived the Holocaust by being hidden by a local farmer, shared their story and worked with teachers one-on-one.  

This seminar was made possible by inSight Through Education, The School District of Palm Beach County, and Dr Emile A Bendit.

More photos can be viewed here