For their bat/bar mitzah
For their education
For their lives as Jews:
Hands-on projects of Holocaust commemoration
Place a Stolperstein and bring a victim of the Holocaust back to life
Each of the 100,000 Stolpersteine (“stumbling blocks”) commemorates a victim of the Holocaust. Each is initiated, researched and funded by a caring individual – such as your young person. Learn how to do this.
How to create a Stolperstein
Create media telling the stories of the Holocaust
Each year, the young people volunteering at Zikaron Holocaust Commemoration’s offices in Germany create videos, raps, poems and many other items telling these stories in ways reaching their counterparts – thus ensuring the lessons of the Holocaust will be remembered for the generations to come. Watch these media
Commemoration by young people: for young people – the movie!
Bringing them back! The Jews from Munich that were killed on November 25, 1941.
On November 25, 1941, 1000 Jews from Munich were murdered in Kaunas, a small city in Lithuania.
On November 25, 2022, young persons from Munich performed and showed the raps, poems and videos they created to bring these people back to life.
Commemoration by young people: for young people – a short
We remember Lisi Block! A young woman and an aspiring writer who was murdered by the Nazis – along with her family – in 1942.
Commemoration by young people for young people: the video with the poem
Moving video by Niclas, 17 years old. Dedicated to the Munich Jews killed at Kaunas, Lithuania on November 25, 1941.
Commemoration by young people for young people: the video with the song
A video for Anne Frank and the other women who fought to survive and defeat the Nazis. Women commemorated with Stolpersteine. Song: “Name on the Stolperstein”.
Commemoration by young people for young people: Yom HaShoa 2023 in Munich
“Yom HaShoa 2023 in Munich” – moving video created by Hussein, 23 years old and refugee from Syria. For the Jews from Munich who were killed by the Nazis – and who are commemorated by Stolpersteine.