Felix Klein calls for mandatory reporting of antisemitic incidents at schools

In the opinion of the Federal Government's Antisemitism Commissioner, schools in Germany should be obliged to consistently report antisemitic incidents. It is important to document anti-Jewish incidents. This is what Felix Klein said in the RTL / ntv broadcast “Frühstart”. Schools are a “main area of ​​activity” in prevention work.

"We have to make teachers in Germany fit so that they have the right levers to deal with antisemitism." Dealing with antisemitic incidents should not be reduced to perpetrators and victims, but the entire school community must take care of it. So much for Klein's statements.

In addition, the commissioner advises to visit historical sites of the Nazi regime. "As a measure, I think it is right that we offer more visits to concentration camp memorials." However, he does not believe in being forced to undertake such excursions.

Source: n-tv