- To collect best practices of inclusive learning in remembrance education.
- To disseminate the collected best practices to help educators to deal with current challenges (rise in antisemitism, racism, xenophobia and radicalisation).
- To enhance critical thinking and media literacy and ability to challenge prejudices among learners, parents and educational staff.
- To contribute to setting a cross-border approach to critical thinking education.
- Research and upscaling of best practices in remembrance education to produce teaching strategies tuned to formal education and work in classroom.
- Testing of the reviewed teaching strategies in classroom environments.
- Set up of an online training platform for teachers to have access to remembrance education good practice and use them in classroom.
- Creation of a unique international forum gathering organisations working on and interested in remembrance education as a mean to improve critical thinking learning.
- RETHINK Database presenting the educational practices offered by organisations working in the field of Remembrance Education
- Teacher’s Guide to Remembrance Education
- RETHINK E-learning Platform addressed to teachers and educators
- RETHINK Network of memorials, relevant NGOs and other institutions and individuals working in the field of Remembrance Education and protection and promotion of fundamental rights
- Policy Recommendations addressed to EU and local education authorities for the use of Remembrance Education
- France Éducation International – (former CIEP) (France, coordinator)
- Memorial de la Shoah (France)
- EUROCLIO – de Europese Vereniging voor Geschiedenisonderwijsgeve (The Nederlands)
- Kazerne Dossin: Memoriaal, Museum en Documentatiecentrum over Holocaust en Mensenrechten (Belgium)
- Żydowski Instytut Historyczny (Poland)
- Holocaust Education Trust Ireland (Irlanda)
- erinnern.at (Austria)
- CESIE (Italy)