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Call For Applications- Margot-Friedländer-Award 2018

Margot Friedländer Award

In honour of Margot Friedländer, the Schwarzkopf-Foundation grants the Margot Friedländer Award, a money prize up to €5000.

The prize and the related competition have the aim to encourage young students, teachers and schools to engage themselves in the history of the holocaust and today´s culture of remembrance. The prize serves as a motivation to get active in the fight against anti-Semitism, racism and right-wing extremism.

More information is available in German.

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Mobility and minorities in the focus of our Young European awardees 2017

The Schwarzkopf Foundation is proud to announce its this year’s Young European of the Year 2017 awardees. On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the award, two extraordinary people were chosen by the jury as award winners.


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International Day against Racism at the Margot Friedländer Award 2017

The Margot Friedländer Award 2017 was yesterday awarded to two schools from Berlin. The keynote speech was given by the mayor of Berlin, Michael Müller.

The first prize in the amount of 5.000 Euros was given to pupils of

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Award ceremony for the Margot Friedländer Prize

The Margot Friedländer prize will be given out for the third time, honoring two schools from Berlin.

The award ceremony will take place on 21.3.2017. The keynote speech will be given by the mayor of Berlin, Michael Müller.

Two prizes will be awarded in the presence of Margot Friedländer. The first prize in the amount of 5.000 Euros will be given to the students of the Carl-Bosch-Oberschule. Their project, „Moving Sculptures“,  that will take the form of a performance, deals with the euthanasia murders performed by the Nazi regime at the Eichborndamm  238 institution.

The second prize in the amount of 1.700 Euros will be given to students of the Gottfried-Keller-Gymnasium. The Project „Sog nit kejnmol“ will research the biographies of Jewish people who lived near the school...

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