Academic Research Grant

Research projects on National Socialism and the Holocaust, on Antisemitism and group hatred, impact and aftermath

Innovative research

opens up new perspectives

Innovative research

opens up new perspectives


Mission

The Alfred Landecker Foundation funds a small number of outstanding academic research projects each year.

The aim is to gain a deeper understanding of the origins and impact of the Holocaust as well as its aftermath and memory, but also to support projects that explore and address antisemitism, racism and violence in the 20th and 21st centuries.


Project updates

Tel Hai College - Police Unit

Introducing: The unit for investigating Nazi crimes in the Israel Police.

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Dealing with National Socialism in Germany.

Introducing: Dealing with National Socialism in Germany.

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Introducing: The Persecutees of National Socialism in the Cold War.

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“Jewish Houses” in Berlin

Introducing: “Jewish Houses” in Berlin

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Introducing the Academic Research Grant

Introducing the Academic Research Grant: funding a small number of outstanding academic research projects each year.

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Explore what we do

Strengthen democracy

Protect minorities

Combat antisemitism

Depolarize debates

Confront the past