Keen E. (2014) Right to Remember- A handbook for Education with Young People on the Roma Genocide. Strasbourg, Council of Europe Publishing.
Factsheets on Roma History, within the framework of the Project “Education of Roma Children in Europe”, available on line in Romani, English, French and German: Wogg, M. et al. (eds.). “5.0. Holocaust”, Baumgartner, G. “5.1. Concentration camps”, Boursier, G. “5.2. The Nazi Period in Italy”, Hubert, M.-C. “5.3. Internment in France 1940-1946”, Zimmermann, M. “5.4. The Nazi Period in the Baltic States”, Ionescu, V. “5.5. Deportations from Romania”, Baumgartner, G. “6.0. The Situation of Concentration Camp Survivors”
Council of Europe (ed.). (2009). Le témoignage du survivant en classe. [Available only in French]
Council of Europe (ed.). Teaching Remembrance. Education for the Prevention of crimes against Humanity.
Lecomte, J.-M. (2001). Teaching about the Holocaust in the 21st Century. Strasbourg: Council of Europe Publishing.[There are translations into French, Italian and Portuguese].
The project “Teaching remembrance - Education for the prevention of crimes against humanity” offers seminars about the Holocaust, including the Genocide of the Roma. For instance, the "European Seminar, 'Teaching Remembrance': Budapest, 16-17 April 2004".
The Pestalozzi Programme regularly organises different workshops and seminars on the topic of the Holocaust, including the Genocide of the Roma.
The project "Learning and teaching about the history of Europe in the 20th century" organized in 2000 two training programmes for educational staff, which included the Genocide of the Roma: "Teaching about the Holocaust" (Vilnius, Lithuania, 1-6 April 2000) and “Teaching about the Holocaust and the History of Genocide in the 21st Century” (Donaueschingen, Germany, 6-10 November 2000).
IHRA’s Education Working Group Paper, Holocaust and other Genocides, December 2010
IHRA, OSCE and Yad Vashem: Preparing Holocaust Memorial Days: Suggestions for Educators, in 2006, published in many languages.
Kapralski, S. (2005). “Why Teach About the Romani Holocaust?”. In: Ambrosewicz-Jacobs, J. and Hońdo, L. (eds.). Why Should We Teach About the Holocaust?. Cracow: The Jagiellonian University, Institute of European Studies, pp. 82-92. [Second edition, expanded].
Mirga, A. (2005). “For a Worthy Place Among the Victims. The Holocaust and the Extermination of Roma During World War II”. In: Ambrosewicz-Jacobs, J. and Hońdo, L. (eds.). Why Should We Teach About the Holocaust?. Cracow: The Jagiellonian University, Institute of European Studies, pp. 93-100. [Second edition, expanded].
OSCE-ODIHR (ed.) (2006). Education on the Holocaust and on Anti-Semitism: An Overview and Analysis of Educational Approaches. Warsaw: OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights. [There is a translation into Russian].
OSCE-ODIHR and Yad Vashem (eds.) (2006). Preparing Holocaust Memorial Days: Suggestions for Educators. Warsaw: OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights. [There are translations into Croatian, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Lithuanian, Polish, Russian, Serbian and Spanish].
OSCE-ODIHR (ed.) (2008). Holocaust Memorial Days in the OSCE Region: An Overview of Good Governmental Practices (2012). Warsaw: OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights.
OSCE-ODIHR (2015). Teaching about and Commemorating the Roma and Sinti Genocide: Practices within the OSCE Area. Warsaw, OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights.
"Education for remembrance of the Roma Genocide: Scholarship, Commemoration and the Role of the Youth" by Anna Mirga-Kruszelnicka, Esteban Acuña C. and Piotr Trojański.