On the 6th of August 2015 the prime minister of North-Rhine-Westphalia and vice chairwoman of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Hannelore Kraft,together with representatives of the Israeli trade union youth organization, visited the Massuah Institute for Holocaust Studies in Israel, which is also a partner institute of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung,
As an integral part, they visited the exhibition of the Eichmann trial and the Multi-Media Centre, which deals with the handling of racism and stereotypes.
How can the topic of the Holocaust be taught to young people in Germany and Israel? How can we build bridges from the past to today and educate the next generation towards becoming responsible and critical citizens? In the light of current challenges in the society, these and more questions have been the centre of discussion of the event at the Massuah Institute.