Programs & Events
The Neuberger presents commemorative and educational programming for the community and beyond to honour dates of remembrance. Our annual educational events include programming for Holocaust Education Week, Raoul Wallenberg Day, International Holocaust Remembrance Day and Yom Hashoah.
Upcoming Programs and Events
Exploring the theme of Pivotal Moments during the 37th annual Holocaust Education Week will run from November 2-9. HEW 2017 examines the post-Holocaust period, and the specific events that have shaped our understanding of the Holocaust. Learn more
Stay tuned for more information about ongoing Holocaust education and commemorative programming across the GTA.
Recent Programs and Events
A highly-subsidized, fantastic opportunity to learn about the Holocaust and teaching it in contemporary classrooms / educational settings. Learn More>>
On January 27 we held our annual IHRD lecture featuring Professor Michael R. Marrus exploring the future of the field.
Join us for the annual film screening in honour of Raoul Wallenberg Day in Canada. This year's film explores the Holocaust in Italy and the theme of rescue.
Join the Neuberger for a special documentary screening at the Toronto Jewish Film Festival. More
Join the Neuberger and the Alliance Francaise Toronto for a film screening and discussion with director Jérôme Prieur. More Information >>
A panel discussion about the Lodz ghetto photographs of Henryk Ross with contributors to the AGO exhibition publication. Exhibition opens January 31.
Commemorative Event: A daytime opportunity to reflect on the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau presented in partnership with March of the Living Toronto.
Public Lecture: A special panel discussion presented in partnership with the Chancellor Rose and Ray Wolfe Chair of Holocaust Studies, Faculty of Arts and Science, Department of History, and the Anne Tanenbaum Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Toronto. Generously supported by the Esther Bem Memorial Fund.
Raoul Wallenberg Day 2015
A community film screening featuring Walking with the Enemy, a film inspired by the true story of Pinchas Rosenbaum and his remarkable activities during the Holocaust in Hungary. More information
Join young professionals for an exclusive Toronto screening of this compelling film about the Holocaust and rescue in Holland. Tickets
The Neuberger co-presented two films at the 2014 TJFF: FROM HOLLYWOOD TO NUREMBERG and RUN BOY RUN. More>>
The Neuberger Centre is proud to partner in presenting a panel presentation and special commemorative musical performance.
Join the Neuberger Centre for a special screening of the highly-anticipated feature film, The Monuments Men and support our educational programming.
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Sponsorships available with reserved seating. All sponsors will be acknowledged at the event. Please contact Rachel for more information.
All proceeds support the programming of the Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre.
An unlikely World War II platoon are tasked to rescue art masterpieces from Nazi thieves and return them to their Jewish owners. (118 minutes, English, 2014)
Our annual lecture in honour of International Holocaust Remembrance Day will take place on Sunday, January 26. More info
In honour of International Holocaust Remembrance Day on January 27, 2014, the Neuberger presents a unique professional development opportunity for educators.
This year, we screened the award-winning documentary, The Rescuers.
2013 is a special year for Holocaust Education Week. Read about the dates and theme.
In honour of Jewish Heritage Month in Ontario, the Neuberger invites you to spend an evening discovering the remarkable and inspiring testimonies of Canadian Holocaust survivors.
A Canadian documentary, The Angel of Budapest relates the extraordinary story of Raoul Wallenberg, the Swedish diplomat who saved thousands of Hungarian Jews during the Holocaust.
Doris Bergen presented a lecture in honour of January 27 that examines blame, guilt and morality in Holocaust.
The Italian and Jewish communities come together to share stories of rescue during the Holocaust.
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