The second edition of the Windows of Hope – Windows of Hope project began in December 2021. Ten schools (five from Poland and five from Israel) took part in it. Its aim is to build bridges between the two nations and combat the negative stereotypes and prejudices existing on both sides, while at the same time educating about our common Polish-Jewish history. The starting point for the implementation of the project is the common Polish-Jewish history in its local dimension.

Students and teachers chose both the topic and form of the project themselves. The only motive that was supposed to connect all the projects was the title “hope”. The results of several months’ work premiered on April 26, 2022, on the eve of Yom Ha Shoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day in Israel). You can check them out below: