In response to a rise in prejudices, antisemitism, racism and xenophobia in Europe, memorial institutions and democracy-building NGOs have developed inclusive education programmes that enable learners to:
- draw parallels between past and present manifestations of prejudice and mass violence;
- reflect on the role and power of the media (from social media to images and the press) in shaping and circulating radicalised ideas;
- rethink current phenomena such as polarisation and radicalisation in historical context;
- adopt a critical approach to reading, understanding, and analysing information;
- to a wider extent, question the world around them.
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