The Buchenwald Memorial is located on the Ettersberg, just under 10 kilometres north of Weimar. Between 1937 and 1945, the Buchenwald concentration camp was one
Bernhard Franke, Federal Anti-Discrimination Commissioner, says: “Germany has a persistent problem with racist discrimination.” We want to actively play a part in changing the situation in Germany in this regard. For this reason, we offer further education seminars on racism and discrimination at many of our locations – especially in Erfurt, Dresden and Leipzig. We often combine these seminars with visits to museums and/or excursions to memorials. It is important to us that at least one reflection seminar is always included because the participants should not and cannot be left alone with their experiences.