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Obedience and Resistance:
choices at the time of the national-socialist dictatorship


International Educational Forum organised by
the Hannah Arendt Association in co-operation with
the Goethe-Institut Inter Nationes Budapest
Budapest, February 3-4. 2003

Monday

9: 00 - 10: 00: Arrivals, Registration
10: 00 - 10. 30: Opening
10: 30 - 12: 00: Work-shop
12: 00 - 13: 00: Lunch
13: 00 - 14: 30: Work-shop
14: 30 - 14: 45: Break
14: 45 - 16: 15: Work-shop
    A: Changing perspectives on Resistance and Everyday Life... / Classroom activities with photography and text
    Gottfried Kössler, Fritz Bauer Institute, Frankfurt, Germany
    B: Rescue during the time of the Holocaust. Documents of the Virtual Judaistic Archives of the Lauder School
    Mária Simon, Lajos Oláh, Béla Pál, András Balázs, Péter Gönczi, Lauder Javne Jewish Community School, Budapest
16: 15 - 16: 30: Break
16: 30 - 18: 30: Film: Michael Verhoeven: The White Rose
19: 00 - 20: 00: Exhibition: opening
"We wanted something else" exhibition on the "White Rose" resistance group
20.30-22.00: Dinner

Tuesday

9: 30 - 11: 00: Work-shop 11: 00 - 11: 15: Break
11: 15 - 12: 45: Work-shop
12: 45 - 14: 00: Lunch
14: 00 - 15: 30: Work-shop
15: 30-15: 45: Break
15: 45 - 17: 15: Work-shop
17: 15 - 18: 00: Break
18: 00 - 21: 00: Round-table discussion
    Collaboration and being a bystander: the participation of the silent majority in the dictatorship (László Varga, Krisztián Ungváry, András Kovács, György Bence)
20.30-22.00: Dinner

THE CONFERENCE WAS SUPPORTED BY:
Yad Vashem - The Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority
Task force for international cooperation on Holocaust education remembrance and research



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