In our role as a global leader in fostering awareness of the Holocaust, the Museum tailors special programs to groups and professions for whom the lessons of the Holocaust are especially relevant.
Examines the role of the German military during the Holocaust and encourages reflection and discussion on leadership, decision making, and genocide prevention today.
Investigates how police officers and law enforcement during the Holocaust became complicit in the Nazi policy of genocide, prompting discussion about the role of police in a democratic society.
Examines the motivations and pressures that influenced the German judiciary under the Nazi regime and explores what modern judges can take away from this history.
Provides students with thought-provoking, nuanced lessons about both the how and the why of the Holocaust.
Equips educators of any discipline to teach the Holocaust effectively and accurately in their classrooms.
Focuses on how the international community reacted—and failed to react—to the Holocaust as it was happening.
Supports further study of the Holocaust with the full strength of the Museum’s scholarship and collections.
Addresses the historical aspects and profound moral implications of the Holocaust.