The project “Web documentation and online campaign: Polish-Jewish-German dialogue” implemented by Grodzka Gate – NN Theatre Centre provides new tools in digital formats for historical-civic education demonstrating and enriching the debate on mutual relations. It will be helpful when looking at the culture of memory from a transnational perspective.

The project “Web documentation and online campaign: Polish-Jewish-German dialogue” implemented by Grodzka Gate – NN Theatre Centre provides new tools in digital formats for historical-civic education demonstrating and enriching the debate on mutual relations. It will be helpful when looking at the culture of memory from a transnational perspective.

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About the project

Many people interested in Polish-Jewish-German dialogue need tools to familiarize themselves with the debate on mutual relations. People still ask fundamental and important questions that cannot be answered or they find simple or stereotypical answers.

About the project

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The project “Web documentation and online campaign: Polish-Jewish-German dialogue” implemented by Grodzka Gate – NN Theatre Centre provides new tools in digital formats for historical-civic education demonstrating and enriching the debate on mutual relations. It will be helpful when looking at the culture of memory from a transnational perspective.

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As part of the project, digital materials and educational tools in the form of a web doc, video interviews, animated films and workshop scenarios will be prepared.

The materials will be published from July to September 2021.

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A multimedia web documentary is a digital story presenting the experiences of its heroes, as well as their everyday life, challenges, problematic issues and questions that they face in during their work in the field of ​​Polish-Jewish-German dialogue.

We recorded:

  • Tomasz Pietrasiewicz,
  • Alex Dancyg,
  • Leora Tec,
  • Lothar Quinqenstein. 

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We conducted video interviews with people working in the of dialogue. We asked them to share their experience and show how to find personal answers to the challenges they face in. One of them turned out to be cultural heritage and its role in our life.

We recorded:

  • Yaron (Karol) Becker,
  • Helise Lieberman,
  • Orit Margaliot,
  • Robert Trabą,
  • Berthold Weber,
  • Alfred Wierzbicki.

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 "Heritage is about asking questions” is a short educational animation using the visual thinking method. It is based on the interviews with 6 experienced educators and scholars from Poland, Israel, America and Germany, who are active in a field of multicultural dialogue.

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Two educational scenarios created basing on the online materials: a web documentary and animated explainer video.

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A part of the project is a social media campaign.

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The Project “Web documentation and online campaign: Polish-Jewish-German dialogue” is realized by Grodzka Gate – NN Theatre Centre with financial support of  the Foundation Remembrance, Responsibility and Future (EVZ).