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What we do


The Weiss-Livnat Innovation Hub aims to foster a culture of innovation in Holocaust education and commemoration by providing a highly dynamic, supportive, and empowering environment for people passionate about the future of Holocaust memory. We bring together people from diverse backgrounds, nationalities, and cultures to work – side by side - on specific challenges and develop new projects, methods, and products in the field.

How we do it

Our Hub is a collaborative space that enables select innovators to turn their ideas into products. By creating networking opportunities, providing professional guidance, and by building a community of like-minded, passionate individuals, our social impactors have the opportunity to share ideas, feedback, and embark on this learning journey together.

How can you join?

If you have an excellent idea for a new method for Holocaust education or a creative concept for using advanced technology for commemorating the Holocaust, look out for our next Call for Innovators planned to come out in the summer of 2020.

We are excited to share the first projects developed in our Innovation Hub.

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Cafe Australia:
Bagels, Babka, and Beyond - A Taste of Jewish Melbourne

Kim Simpson (Australia)

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Voids: Using augmented reality to tell the story of lost Jewish places in European cities.

Eva Hasel (Germany)

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Walk With Me: Teaching about Jewish children from Holland during the Holocaust via virtual reality

Aline Pennewaard (Netherlands)

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Mischמasch: Different Voices - One Platform. Building a learning community through an Israeli-German virtual exchange

Lisa Shultz-Yatziv (Germany/Israel)

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Without the Footnotes - Not your typical Holocaust podcast lecture. A podcast and learning community

Esther Selman (England)

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"Wie Niet Weg Is, Is Gezien" - Hide and Seek. Telling the story of Jewish Dutch children through the medium of sand art.

Rivka Baum (Netherlands)

Connect with us

University of Haifa
Address: 
199 Aba Khoushy Ave.
Mount Carmel, Haifa
Israel 3498838
Tel: 972 (0)4 8240111

ygranot@univ.haifa.a.c.il

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