The Carl Lutz Society is regularly solicited by educational institutions and has created partnerships in Switzerland and abroad.

Since January 2021, the Society is recommended by the Swiss Conference of Cantonal Directors of Public Education, as well as by its Advisory Board, Special Envoys of UNESCO for Holocaust Education.

The Society has also given lectures in schools in France, Hungary and the United States.

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The Carl Lutz Society gave a series of lectures in high schools in Hasliberg (BE).


The Carl Lutz Society gave a lecture to more than 100 students in Mettmenstetten (ZH)

The Carl Lutz Society gave a lecture to 200 young professionals in Geneva, at the invitation of the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, the Geneva International Welcome Center and the United Nations Office in Geneva. 

The Carl Lutz Society gave a conference at the request of its partner, the canton of Valais, to nearly 200 students of the Collège-Lycée de l’Abbaye de Saint-Maurice. 

The Carl Lutz Society organized a round table in partnership with the Haute école pédagogique du canton de Vaud (HEP Vaud), Amnesty International Switzerland, the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs and the Paul Grüninger Foundation. 

The Society traveled to Paris for an interview with Serge & Beate Klarsfeld, Circle Council members, UNESCO Special Envoys for Holocaust Education.

Serge Klarsfeld, decorated by the French Presidency, is one of the most important European voices on the Holocaust. His wife Beate, decorated with the German Order of Merit, was nominated as a candidate for the German Presidency in 2012. 

The Society gave a lecture at the Gymnase du Bugnon in Lausanne to an audience of over 200 students.


The Society took part in a conference before nearly 300 students at Andrassy University in Budapest.