Education is a key component of the Victims of Terrorism Memorial Centre. This is because young people represent the future, and so we must strive to ensure that terrorism finds no legitimacy among them and that they are familiar with the testimony of the victims.
The functions of the Victims of Terrorism Memorial Centre in the area of education include the following:
- Preparing teaching materials.
- Helping to provide teacher training.
- Promoting programmes to bring victims’ testimony into the classrooms (directly or virtually).
- Promoting school visits to the permanent exhibition of the Memorial Centre.
- Organising education-related conferences and seminars.
- Managing courses for university students.
- The global jihadist movement in the wake of the decline of the Caliphate in the Middle East. Security challenges for Western Europe. [Programme] [Papers]
- From Hipercor to Ermua: ETA’s terrorism and its victims.
- Terrorism in Spain (14-15 years)
- Terrorism in Spain (16-17 years)
- An invisible skin against terrorism (11-12 years)
- Victims of terrorism and Human Rights (14-15 years)
- International terrorism in the contemporary word (15-16 years)
- Violent radicalization (16-17 years)
- Argumentative speech as an answer to terrorism (15-16 years)
- Day on the victims of ETA in cinema and literature.
- Participation in the European campaign Exit Hate. [Programme] [Teo Uriarte’s Testimony]