The Children under the Nazis event was designed for young people and professionals.
Newcastle University’s Dr Beate Müller worked with Humankind’s Challenging Youth Racism project to organise a successful event about the experiences of children in the Holocaust in Europe in World War 2.
The Children under the Nazis event was designed for young people and professionals including Humankind staff.
Dr Müller delivered interactive workshops for two groups of young people and two guided talks for professionals and staff.
Kelly McClay, Project Worker for the Challenging Youth Racism project, based at Humankind’s Sapphire House headquarters in Newton Aycliffe, said: “This event was the first of many we hope to be able to offer.
“It was very well received and I would like to thank Dr Beate Müller for taking the time and delivering the workshops.”
Kelly said the event promoted equality and diversity. It also presented a “great opportunity for the project to promote our work and contacts.”
Schools or groups interested in booking this exhibition should contact Dr Müller at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.