The Alfred Landecker Foundation is dedicated to educating current and future generations about the Holocaust and the terrible price paid when intolerance and bigotry reign. The Foundation supports a free and democratic Europe as well as a future based on shared values and respect for the individual.
The Foundation’s work is firmly rooted in the lessons we must learn from the collapse of European civilization in World War II, epitomized by the murder of millions of Jews at German hands.
The Alfred Landecker Foundation, which is based in Berlin, funds carefully selected research, education and awareness-raising projects. It seeks to build partnerships with leading institutions active in academia, public policy, education, history and remembrance.
The Foundation’s Governing Council and Academic Council are comprised of internationally recognized civic leaders and respected academic experts, who guide the implementation of the Foundation’s activities and programs and oversee its direction.