These trips demand focus and afterthought, they touch and shape our conscience, empathy and sensitivity and they evoke personal reflection. We ask ourselves: Who am I? Who could I become? Could I be a perpetrator like that? Would I be able to preserve dignity as a victim? As a bystander, would I be ready to put my life at risk to save another soul? These trips make us reflect upon the world we live in: how to form relations between nations, between minorities and majorities, what values and attitudes to shape and reinforce, what to do, to prevent such tragedies from happening in the future and why, despite such painful lessons, they still do occur?
We organize as well as other trips related to the Holocaust and the World War II. Among them are programmes valued by teachers and educators en route Berlin - Dresden - Thersienstadt - Auschwitz – Kraków as well as Warsaw and other places of martyrdom such as: Łódz, Treblinka, Bełżec, Sobibór and Majdanek.
“The stages of the Holocaust: from racist ideology in Berlin to the gas chambers of Auschwitz”more