Braun Holocaust Institute, Glick Center for Holocaust Studies

The Anti-Defamation League’s Braun Holocaust Institute, Glick Center for Holocaust Studies, provides offers education programs and resources that help educators and students study the history of the Holocaust and apply its lessons to contemporary issues of responsible citizenship, moral decision making, prejudice, hate, and genocide.

Bearing Witness™ Program

A unique professional development opportunity for Catholic school educators, designed to provide participants with the training and resources necessary to teach their students about the historical relationship between Jewish and Catholic communities and the impact of that relationship on Catholic teaching, catechesis and liturgy.  

May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation Bearing Witness™ Advanced Program

This program  brings a select group of past Bearing Witness™ Program participants to Israel for in-depth study and enhancement of classroom content on anti-Semitism and the Holocaust. Participants deepen their understanding of the Jewish connection to Israel, modern Israeli politics, the Holocaust, and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.  

ADL Grosfeld Family National Youth Leadership Mission

Utilizing the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum's dramatic portrayal of the Holocaust, this Mission brings together student leaders from around the country to learn the important lessons of the Holocaust and their practical application to modern-day issues of anti-Semitism, bigotry, and hate.  

Jan Karski Courage to Care Award

This ADL award honors those individuals who risked their lives to rescue Jews during the Holocaust. The award is named in honor of one of its first recipients, Jan Karski, a Polish diplomat and righteous gentile who provided the West with one of the first eyewitness accounts of Hitler's Final Solution. 

The Hidden Child Foundation

The Hidden Child Foundation brings together Holocaust survivors who share the common experience of being hidden as children from the Nazis. With a mission to educate all people about the consequences of bigotry and hatred, the Foundation publishes an International Directory and maintains a unique archive of documents including historical photographs, letters, and video testimonies.