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Why Stories that Move?

Antisemitism, racism and discrimination are still present in Europe nowadays, affecting the lives of young people everywhere.

The online toolbox Stories that Move challenges learners to think critically about diversity and discrimination, and to reflect on their own position and choices in these matters.

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For educators

Details on how to make full use of the toolbox and work towards a safer learning environment in which it is okay to talk about sensitive issues.

Read about our pedagogical approach and the complexity of discrimination in its many forms. Feel confident and equipped to enthuse your learners.

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Visit the Online Learning Tool


Listen to these young people's experiences

How it all started

The online tool was shaped by an inspiring international youth meeting in Berlin in 2013, followed by a meeting of 65 experts from 14 countries in 2014.

Watch the video about the youth meeting.

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The project was made possible with funding from Erasmus University Rotterdam Stiftung Erinnerung, Verantwortung und Zukunft
It is a cooperation of the following partners Anne Frank House Anne Frank zentrum Eagerly Internet The International School of Amsterdam