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HOLOCAUST EDUCATION AND GENOCIDE PREVENTION

Indonesia

Indonesia

Indonesia is part of the Asia group ,, which includes India, China, Mongolia, Japan, the Korean peninsula, Southeast Asia and the Pacific islands. Australia and New Zealand, though geographically close, are treated separately because their history as European settler societies has led to unique implications with regard to understandings of the Holocaust.

INDONESIA, the world’s largest Muslim state, hosted a Holocaust conference in Bali in 2007. The conference, chaired by the former Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid, featured rabbis, Holocaust witnesses, and Muslim leaders and attempted to refute the 2006 Tehran conference designed to discredit the Holocaust.
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RESOURCES

GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES ON HOLOCAUST EDUCATION: Trends, Patterns, and Practices,  a publication of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and  the Salzburg Global Seminar, 2013
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LINKS

UNESCO:  Why Teach About the Holocaust?, 2013

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