In ‘Moreshet’ there’s a big verity of workshops for middle and high school students, college students and armed forces. The workshops can be done at our place in ‘Moreshet’ or as an outside guide. All the workshops emphasis the historical aspects alongside moral dilemmas and different methodological activities. The workshops are not stone written and can be suited to the age, knowledge, characters and the ability of the pupils together with whom that invites the workshop.
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The exclusion of the Jewish people in Germany:
“the entire national community becomes enlightened about the Jewish question; it learns that the national community is a community of blood; for the first time it understands race thinking and, instead of an overly theoretical approach to the Jewish question, it is confronted with a concrete solution.”
(Achim Gercke, the specialist for race research at the Ministry of the Interior)
The Nirenberg lows are known, but in Germany there was more than 2000 anti- Jewish lows were legislated and many of them meant to deflect the daily life of the Jewish people and their relations with the non-Jewish German people. Through learning and getting to know those rules, we’ll learn about the lows influence on the Jewish community and how they implement the racist perceptions among the non-Jewish people in Germany.
Leadership in decision junctions:
“Among those managers that doing their work faithfully, with dedication, from a sincere collective devotion, there are others, which don’t have the same morality”
(I.Klogman, Lodz ghetto, 1943)
The Jewish leadership during the holocaust were faced with unprecedentedly dilemmas and decisions in the human history. In this workshop we’ll get to know the different reactions of the Jewish leadership in different locations. We’ll examine the Jewish people attitude to the ones who seated informal nor un-formal leadership position and we’ll cope with moral and ethical questions about the essence of leadership and the whey it was expressed during the holocaust.
Dilemmas in the camps life:
“The most guilt were lay upon the system, on the totalitaric nation structure itself”
(Primo Levi, “The Drowned and the Saved”)
This workshop deals with the daily life of the Jewish prisoners in the concentration and extermination camps. In this workshop we’ll get to know the main dilemmas that the prisoners were be forced to decide upon, day after day, hour after an hour. We’ll also try to coup with the moral issues that rise from the little choice possibilities that the prisoners had in the camps.
The non-Jewish victims of the Nazis:
“Genocide is an intent try of a government to exterminate a distinct social group – people, nation, ethnic or religious group – through mass murder.”
(from the UN Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide)
This workshop sis a research workshop, in its we’ll focus on different groups in the population that were persecuted by the Nazis. Through examination of universal and particular aspects, we’ll deepen our knowledge in the holocaust subject in other persecution cases. We’ll learn about more “others” and test our point of views on the ethical meanings and lessons from that time.
the life in the ghetto, Jewish-Polish relations, righteous among the nations, the killers characteristics. What is genocide?, the youth movement before and during the holocaust, the story of the emissaries (“signalers”), dilemmas in the family, jewish-relijes rebellion, Basic concepts, ceremony building, my idea of the holocaust, the holocaust memorial, the story of the Exodus ship, why weren’t German uprising to the Nazis? And more.
Contact for orders and more information:
Irit Hauben – 050-6365738