14.6.2012 (AP) -- Experts from museums, auction houses, government agencies and other institutions are meeting in Germany this week as part of an international effort to train art-world professionals in recovering art and cultural treasures looted during the Nazi era.
Magdeburg / Prague / New York. June 10th, 2012 -- The Provenance Research Training Program, an international effort to train professionals in the art world in provenance research and related issues concerning Nazi-looted art, trophy art, Judaica, and other cultural property, began today in Magdeburg, Germany
ESLI supports a seminar addressed to managers of residential homes and professionals dealing with care for seniors. The seminar is held in Prague, Czech Republic, on April 1-3, 2012.
The European Shoah Legacy Institute and the Czech organizations that represent it – the Federation of Jewish Communities in the Czech Republic, the Terezín Initiative, and the Jewish Museum in Prague – express their outrage at the anti-Semitic statements that Adam B. Bartoš is disseminating via his blog.
The European Shoah Legacy Institute is pleased to announce the establishment of the Provenance Research Training Program (PRTP) to provide advanced training in provenance research and related issues concerning Nazi-looted art, Judaica, and other cultural property.
Marking the 67th anniversary of Auschwitz liberation, an exhibition "The Holocaust - Keeping the Memory Alive" feauring 16 entries of an international design student poster contest opened at the UN headquarters in New York and in the European Commission in Brussels. Supported by the Task Force for International Cooperation on Holocaust Education, Remembrance and Research (ITF), the exhibit was organized by Yad Vashem, le Mémorial de la Shoah, ESLI and the UN Holocaust Programme.
In partnership with the European Shoah Legacy Institute, the International Institute for Jewish and Israeli Culture launched the Holocaust Theatre Online Collection Project (HTC).
The government has approved Israel’s membership in ESLI Sunday. The institute was established by the Czech government to restore Jewish property and promote holocaust research and education. The government has decided that the Senior Citizens Ministry, led by Deputy Minister Leah Ness, will represent Israel at the institute.