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CEU Hosts Workshop on Using Holocaust Testimonies in Teaching

This week CEU’s Curriculum Resource Center (CRC) is hosting a workshop for international academics on ways to teach Jewish history using the USC Visual History Archive of the Shoah Foundation, a database of 52,000 Holocaust survivor interviews now available through the CEU Library.

CMCS Contributing to EU Study

The Center for Media and Communication Studies at CEU has been selected to take part in a consortium selected by the European Commission to measure the independence of regulatory bodies in the field of audiovisual media. As the CMCS news entry states:

The study will have three general objectives:

Public Interest Law Institute and CEU

An article on the Charles Mott Foundation website recently focused on Edwin Rekosh's efforts in the area of public interest law. Rekosh is the founder and executive director of the multinational Public Interest Law Institute (PILI), and this past summer tought a course at CEU Summer University: Teaching Law, Human Rights and Ethics.