CHES has met a critical need in Ottawa by bringing together rigorous scholarship and a broad educational mandate. In doing so, CHES has enriched the conversation around Holocaust history, antisemitism, and intolerance, and has built bridges between survivors, volunteers, scholars, teachers, students, diplomats and the community at large.” – Dr. Deidre Butler, Director, Zelikovitz Centre for Jewish Studies

Please note: CHES provides resources for educators. Please click here to view them.

Teachers’ Workshop 2019 (Resources)

Click here to view resources from the Teachers’ Workshop 2019 which took place Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019.

Teachers’ Workshop 2018 (Resources)

Click here to view resources from the Teachers’ Workshop 2018 which took place Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018.

Teachers’ Workshop 2017 (Resources)

Click here to view resources from the Teachers’ Workshop 2017 which took place Thursday, Nov. 23, 2017.

Teachers’ Workshop 2016 (Resources)

Click here to view resources from the Teachers’ Workshop 2016.


Ottawa Holocaust Survivors Testimonials


Peter Waiser’s March of the Living


Museums


Holocaust Centres


Monuments


Libraries


Other Resources


Online Courses


Our Partners


Newsletter

The Zelikovitz Centre Newsletter is published semiannually with information about the Centre for Holocaust Education and Scholarship (CHES).