AJC is engaged in a wide variety of programs on both the national and international level. Together with the German government, along with numerous partners and supporters from civil society, AJC works to enhance the well-being of the Jewish people and to advance human rights and democratic values for all.

Forgotten mass graves of the Holocaust in Eastern Europe

In several countries of the former Soviet Union there are thousands of so far unmarked and often not localized mass graves of the Holocaust, which represent a largely unexplored chapter of the Holocaust.

Hands Across the Campus

AJC Berlin Ramer Institute, in partnership with the State Institute for Schools and Media of Berlin and Brandenburg and the Ministries of Education of Berlin and Brandenburg, recently created three civic education curricula for Berlin and Brandenburg public schools. The curricula, designed for implementation in political education and ethics classes, include Hands for Kids for elementary schools, Active Against Anti-Semitism for middle schools, and Hands Across the Campus for high schools. The product of AJC Berlin’s long-standing collaboration with the Berlin and Brandenburg school administrations, the programs are based on the conviction that inclusive, democratic schools are the foundation of a democratic society.