The Living History Forum is a public agency. We work for democracy and equality between all people, using lessons learned from the Holocaust.
Get to know us
20 years of living history
On June 1st, the Living History Forum celebrates twenty years as a public agency. Read more about our own history.
Malú García Andrade is awarded this year’s Per Anger Prize
Malú García Andrade from Mexiko supports families to find and retrieve the bodies of their disappeared and murdered sisters and daughters, and bring offenders to justice. She is awarded this year’s Per Anger Prize, the Swedish Government’s award for human rights and democracy.
Connect and facilitate
Read more about about our international networking, what we do and how we do it.
Learn and teach
We offer material for the classroom, reports, exhibitions with associated workshops for schools and in-service training for teachers and public servants.
We work with education and remembrance of the Holocaust and other crimes against humanity . Remembrance to honour the victims and the people of the resistance. Education to present facts of what happened in history and to encourage critical thinking today.
Contact and visit us
Find our opening hours, what exhibitions we are currently showing and ways to contact us.