In the city of Lynn, Massachusetts, the Global Embassy for Peace Activists (GEAP) held the “Educating to Remember” Educational Forum in the English High School Auditorium and presented the "Traces for Remember" project.
1,594 students participated in the workshops that were carried out from September 20 to 22, in the framework of the Educating to Remember Program which is promoted by the GEAP as an integral educational plan focused in the teaching of principles and ethical, moral and spiritual values.
In the search of establishing an education founded on the diffusion and protection of democratic justice and equality values, the Global Embassy of Activists for Peace (GEAP) in Panama, carried out along with the University of Istmo a University Forum: “Educating to remember - the Holocaust, paradigm of genocide.”
200 students from E.E.S. N°7 "Mac Lean" participated in the talk "The Holocaust and the short life of Anne Frank", an activity organized by the Global Embassy of Activists for Peace (GEAP), held at the Mitre Library, in Resistencia, Chaco.