First, the programme explains the 1935 "Nuremberg Race Laws" and their regulations for implementation. These laws provided a seemingly legal basis for discrimination against the Jewish population. In this programme, fundamental characteristics and mechanisms of discrimination are worked out. Although today discrimination is prohibited by law, every day people still undergo and suffer from discrimination. The following issues are therefore considered in the programme: What is discrimination? How is it generated? How does it express itself? How do the victims of discrimination react? What can I do, if I become a victim of discrimination?
The 3-hour programme comprises various experienceoriented activities.
The 6-hour programme also includes the evaluation of newspaper articles and case studies on the topic of discrimination, and the development of action strategies against discrimination.
- Target group:
young people, 8th to 12th form, apprentices
|Format||Duration||Target group||Language||Participants (max)||Cost *|
|Moderated Programme||120 minutes||A||en , es||33||50,00 €||Enquiry|
|Moderated Programme||180 minutes||A||en , es||33||70,00 €||Enquiry|
|Moderated Programme||360 minutes||A||en , es||33||130,00 €||Enquiry|
- A = School and university students, young people (up to 18 years of age), apprentices, members of police and German army
- B = Adults and tourists
* All prices are plus Admission price