The City of Malmö and its Jewish community have joined forces to fight antisemitism and increase knowledge about Jews among the city's youths.

The project, which is funded by the Swedish government's agency for youth and civil society, is designed to give up to 300 teachers the tools to discuss antisemitism and other forms of racism with their pupils.

It is part of a wider programme called Memories' Legacy, which has also resulted in an exhibition, a book and a DVD based on interviews with Holocaust survivors and their descendants.

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