We offer educational programs that focus on the history of inclusion and exclusion, the associations of disabled people and how these groups were affected by National Socialism. This history is closely linked to the persecution of the European Jews.
For us, inclusion also means participating in scientific discourses. That is why we offer interactive terminals in the exhibition that enable visitors to read and decode historical photos and documents. For us, this broader concept of inclusion also means addressing related issues such as the connection between colonialism and National Socialism.