A variety of themes in parallel
We produce exhibitions and educational materials about topics where it is obvious that general perceptions and/or ideas have led to terrible actions. The majority of our exhibitions and projects are aimed at high school students and their teachers.
The Living History Forum works with a variety of themes in parallel. According to our mission the primary source of reference for our themes is the Holocaust. This approach also leads us to other historical events where serious forms of persecution and mass violence such as crimes against human rights under communist regimes have taken place.
There is always an ongoing exhibition in our premises where skilled educators guide and supervise the numerous school classes visiting the centre each day. When exhibitions leave our premises they generally go on tour all over the country.