The National Holocaust Centre and Museum hosts one day conferences for sixth form students studying history, theology and philosophy. The conferences are delivered by academics, Survivors and Centre staff.

The conference programmes look at the History of the Holocaust and the religious and theological responses of the Holocaust. The programmes are thoroughly researched in conjunction with academics in the field.

The aim of each conference is to complement and expand the student’s knowledge of the Holocaust and its attendant issues in the history, theology and philosophy curriculums.

2015/16 conferences
To learn more about the programmes click on the conferences below:

The Conferences cost £15 per student and include a notepad and pen. Teachers are free in a ratio of 1:10.

Refreshments and confectionery will be available to purchase in the Coffeeshop but attendees will need to bring their own packed lunch.

Further information
If you wish to discuss the conferences with an educator, e-mail James Fotheringham or ring the Centre on 01623 836627.

If you wish to make a booking, please e-mail our bookings team at [email protected] or call us on 01623 867650.