The aim of the Foundation's historical and educational projects is to create intercultural dialogue and consolidate society. The projects are aimed at highlighting various aspects of Latvia's multicultural history, focusing on contemporary studies of the Holocaust, Soviet repression and deportations. The discussion and study of these historical aspects are made possible thanks to various forms of verbal and visual dialogue — through museum exhibitions, audio guides and mobile applications, book publishing, interactive tours and classes for schoolchildren. Such educational activities are designed to build a tolerant, educated and cohesive society.
Projects aimed at the research of the history of Jews in Liepaja in 19th and 20th century and commemoration of the victims of the Holocaust.
Research and publication of materials about Latvians who took part in the rescue of Jews during the Holocaust.
Support of international conferences on Holocaust, book publications, research on Holocaust in Latvia, as well as support of museum projects.