The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s international educational outreach programs provide accurate information about the Holocaust in ways that reflect the relevance of history to global audiences today. Through partnerships that reach young adults, educators, and civil society leaders, the Museum seeks to strengthen teaching and learning about the Holocaust worldwide. Learn more about our work below.
Learn more about partnerships with global institutions such as the United Nations, UNESCO, the US Department of State, and others.
The Museum works with European partners to present exhibitions, educational workshops, and more.
Learn more about workshops and multimedia content created specifically for these audiences.
Download poster sets, watch films, and discover more ways to learn about the Holocaust and antisemitism. See resources.
The Museum provides in-person and virtual programming for groups of international visitors from all regions of the world, including religious and civil society leaders, NGO representatives, youth groups, educators, officials from museums and other cultural institutions, journalists, and government officials.
Using the lens of the Holocaust, visits can focus on recognizing the early warning signs of genocide and mass atrocities, commemorating history in museums and memorial sites, combating violent extremism, and promoting interfaith cooperation.
To learn more about our programs or to request a visit, email firstname.lastname@example.org.