Knowledge – Poland
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Auschwitz-Birkenau: A Visitor’s Manual
The Banality of Genocide
Warsaw: The Guilt of Indifference
Humanity in Action Hangout with Baratunde Thurston
Baratunde Thurston delivers his Keynote "Then They Laugh At You: A Conversation about Art, Politics and Activism" via Google Hangout for the Fourth Annual Humanity in Action International Conference in Warsaw, Poland.
Roadblocks to Jewish Restitution: Poland’s Unsettled Property
Humanity in Action Press
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On People with Disabilities
What would happen if Hermione Granger was a girl with a disability? Why is disability is rarely discussed in terms of diversity? Who are people with disabilities?
Pre-Genocide - Warnings and Readiness to Protect
An anthology of personal interpretations, by researchers and writers, about alarm bells and the readiness to protect prior to genocides. The essays in this volume focus on the 1930s before the Holocaust in Germany, Poland, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands and Denmark - as well as the years before the genocides in Armenia, Cambodia, Kurdistan, Rwanda and Bosnia.
90% of Poles have never met a Jew and yet, myths of the Jewish people has recently contributed to increased anti-Semitic violence in Poland. This interactive book tackles the first step: demystifying who Jews are.
Shifting Paradigms: Humanity in Action Senior Fellows on Policy and Pluralism Across Borders
Shifting Paradigms is a volume of diverse articles on cross-border policy and pluralism written by Humanity in Action Senior Fellows.
Two Trees in Jerusalem
Cornelia Schmalz-Jacobsen in her touching account "Two Trees in Jerusalem" tells about the resistance of her parents, Donata and Eberhard Helmrich, against the horrors of National Socialism.
Transatlantic Perspectives on Diplomacy and Diversity
Recognizing the intensification of transnational conflicts that both violently divide and intimately link our global communities, this book is a collection of diverse essays, which tackle international relations and migration.