Europe
Action period
30. August -
7. November

Announcement Margot-Friedländer-Prize 2022

@ Matheus Viana (Pexels)
Since 2014, the Margot Friedländer Prize has called on young people to engage with the Holocaust, its witnessing, transmission and historical lines of continuity in interactive projects. The aim is to support young people in taking a stand against today's forms of anti-Semitism, racism, antiziganism and exclusion and for a pluralistic migration society.
The Margot Friedländer Prize awards prize money of up to 5,000 euros to enable the implementation of project ideas between January and July. During this time, we offer extensive pedagogical support in the form of seminars, consulting and networking.

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www.schwarzkopf-stiftung.de

The projects are to deal with two of these topics in terms of content:

  • Dealing with the Holocaust and the commemoration of those persecuted and murdered under National Socialism.
  • Continuation of witness work in a future without contemporary witnesses
  • Commitment against anti-Semitism, racism, anti-gypsyism and exclusion in the present day.
  • Research on continuities of right-wing extremist, anti-Semitic, racist and antiziganist acts of violence and structures after 1945 in Germany.