The Centre for Holocaust Education and Scholarship (CHES) develops educational programs and activities in order to promote a deeper understanding of the history and legacy of the Holocaust. The centre brings together academics, educators, survivors, students, community members, and other appropriate partners. CHES also forge connections with diverse audiences and offers year round programming whose objectives includes combating prejudice and racism and promoting respect for diversity, social justice and human rights.

To go from the darkest chapter of human history to creating the prospect of a brighter future through community based education and remembrance – that is our urgent task.” – Rabbi Bulka

All Canadians have a moral obligation to remember the past as a means of first recognizing and ultimately eradicating all acts of racism that diminish mankind. We applaud the important work undertaken by the Center for Holocaust Education and Scholarship (CHES).” – Shimon Fogel, CEO, CIJA

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