The IOE's Centre for Holocaust Education is part of a broad community of organisations interested in improving Holocaust education in England and internationally, in different ways. Part of our vision is to play our part within this broader community, to fill existing gaps, and to work in ways that complement the activities of our colleagues.
In this section, we give links to institutions that together can provide you with extensive information and further support for developing Holocaust education in your classroom and school.
Organisations working in Holocaust education in England
Other important organisations in England
Historical Association with over 6000 members the HA is the major national organisation representing the case for an historical education to policy makers and ministers.
Schools History Project helps teachers to make history meaningful for young people.
Wiener Library contemporary history library and archive in London focusing on the Holocaust, its causes, legacies and contemporary Jewish history.
The International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance for International Cooperation on Holocaust Education, Remembrance and Research (International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance)
The government-led delegations of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance member states meet twice yearly to discuss and move forward on important issues relating to the field. The website contains material relating to education, memorial sites, and the marking of Holocaust Memorial Day as well as details of Holocaust education in member states.
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum provides an extensive online archive of materials, online exhibitions as well other important teaching and learning material.
University of Southern California Shoah Foundation Institute has recorded over 51,000 testimonies around the globe, parts of which are available on the USC SFI website, alongside lesson plans and access to the testimony catalogue.
Yad Vashem The Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority in Jerusalem provides an extensive online archive including a vast database of names of those who perished, online exhibitions and a separate education website.