We are nearing the end of the witnesses and survivors. The memory of Nazi crimes is becoming less a part of intergenerational conversations and more of what is now Cultural and Global Memory.
FASPE (Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics) enables young professionals in business, law, journalism, medicine and religion to study at historic sites in Germany and Poland where the Holocaust becomes a framework for future professionals to examine the moral choices posed by ethical issues in their chosen fields.
The goal is to move to cognitive and emotional learning, based on critical thinking and the analysis of the perpetrators and their accomplices. We need to understand how a modern, civilized nation can become a society defined by radical anti-human exclusion.
Please register each attendee individually.