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Protect minorities

Combat antisemitism

Depolarize debates

Confront the past

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Awareness of the Holocaust means preserving the memory and drawing from it enlightening energy to combat antisemitism, racism and group hatred today.


Our projects

Find out more about our projects on National Socialism and the Holocaust and its aftermath.

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Academic Research Grant

Academic Research Grant

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

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Lecturer Program

Lecturer Program

Post-doc programme on methodologically innovative Holocaust research.

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In the New York Times: the History of the Alfred Landecker Foundation

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Why we exist

Who was Alfred Landecker?

Who was Alfred Landecker? Mannheim, April 24, 1942. Two Gestapo officers knock on the door of the Landecker family’s home...

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Lecturer Program

Introducing the Lecturer Program: innovative approaches to Holocaust research in the digital age.

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The historic Sulzbach Torah Scroll

What an honour: Andreas Eberhardt and Derviş Hızarcı participate in the ceremony to complete the historic Sulzbach Torah Scroll.

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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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Alfred Landecker Lecturer Program: Presenting the inaugural cohort

Presenting the inaugural cohort: we welcome the four outstanding Landecker Lecturers Lorena De Vita, Sebastian Musch, Marija Vulesica and Martin Clemens Winter.

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