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‘I’ve always not been racist’: where next for Holocaust education?

Sylwia Holmes.  ‘I didn’t stop being racist because of (learning about) Holocaust […] I’ve always not been racist.’ (Ella, Year 12 student, Peterborough). In popular, political and even educational discourse, it has become a commonplace to assert that it is

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Encouraging a deeper understanding of the Great War

Stuart Foster Recently, the Government unveiled its plans to mark the centenary of the First World War. £50 million has been earmarked for a five-year commemoration. The first group of events on 4 August 2014 include a service for Commonwealth leaders

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