We work with many institutions from Poland and other countries. Our Partners:

  • Jewish Historical Institute
    Jewish Historical Institute is one of the most important research institutes concerning Polish and Central European Jews.
  • Yad Vashem – the World Holocaust Remembrance Center
    Yad Vashem, the World Holocaust Remembrance Center, is the ultimate source for Holocaust education, documentation and research.
  • Terezín Memorial – Pamiátník Terezín
    Museum collects information about the Jews gathered in the Theresienstad concentration camp.
  • Beit Lohamei Haghetaot – Ghetto Fighters’ House Museum
    The Ghetto Fighters’ House is not only the first Holocaust museum in the world, but also the first of its kind to be founded by Holocaust survivors. Archives, established along with the founding of Kibbutz Lohamei Haghetaot (‘Kibbutz of the Ghetto Fighters’), collects official and personal documents and photographs to document the Holocaust period.
  • Arolsen Archives International Center on Nazi Persecution
    Arolsen Archives has the world’s most comprehensive archive on the victims and survivors of National Socialism. The Arolsen Archives provide a broad base of knowledge about Nazi persecution, forced labor, the Holocaust, and the consequences of discrimination and racial hatred. Founded in 1947 by the Allies, the institution has spent decades collecting documents on all the victim groups targeted by the Hitler regime.
    Together with volunteers from all over the world, the Arolsen Archives are building the largest digital memorial to the victims of Nazism – #everynamecounts: make sure their names will never be forgotten. “Memory of Trelinka” Foundation is a project partner and supports this initiative that brings remembrance into the here and now.
  • The Museum of Warsaw – Korczakianum
    Korczakianum is a museum-research lab that collects, researches and makes publicly available all material documenting Janusz Korczak’s, life’s legacy: personal biography, literary work, the history of all institutions created by him, the story of his closests associates and relatives.
  • Shalom Foundation and Polish Jews.pl
    Shalom Foundation is a Guardian of Remembrance and a place where tradition meets contemporary times, where Jewish culture enters into dialogue with Polish culture. Its most important goal is to save from oblivion the rich heritage of Yiddish culture.
    “Polish Jews” are a portal devoted to the history and culture of Polish Jews. This space, where there is not only the memory of the Jews living in Polish cities and villages before the war is, above all, a place where the past is connected to the present and runs into the future. It’s hundreds of photos, faces, silhouettes, among which are hidden the stories of many families.
  • People, not Numbers – Fundacja Rodziny Popielów Centrum
    The main purpose of the foundation is the realization of the project “People, not numbers”-the personal commemoration of the victims of the Holocaust and the promotion of knowledge and restoration of the memory of the national, ethnic and religious minorities residing in the Polish territory.
  • Tomasz (Tomek) Wiśniewski and www.jewishbialystok.pl
    Tomasz Wiśniewski – Bagnówka makes great films about Jewish Białystok and the surrounding area, he conducted many interviews with witnesses. We recommend his films, for example about Treblinka – to watch on Youtube: Wyrzutki Castaways. Białystok – Łapy story
  • Foundation “Polish-German Reconciliation” and straty.pl
    The foundation “Polish-German Reconciliation” works for victims of Nazi persecution and Polish-German dialogue. He conducts social, humanitarian and educational activities. Database “straty.pl” is the index of victims and revictioners.