Holocaust Museum Portal: A Real-Time Conversation with People Forced to Flee Violence
Dec
9
Mar 9

Holocaust Museum Portal: A Real-Time Conversation with People Forced to Flee Violence

This Portal allows you to have a face-to-face conversation with someone in another part of the world—as if you are standing in the same room. Through this installation, you will be able to converse in real time with people who have fled genocidal crimes of ISIS in Northern Iraq and the war crimes of Syria’s Assad regime and found refuge in Iraq, Jordan, and Germany.

The Portal is a part of the Museum's exhibition Genocide: The Threat Continues, which focuses on the efforts of the Museum’s Simon-Skjodt Center for the Prevention of Genocide to bring attention to the people and places at risk today for genocide and other mass atrocities

Portals at Google Entrepreneurship Hubs and the Global Entrepreneurship Summit
Jun
22
Jun 24

Portals at Google Entrepreneurship Hubs and the Global Entrepreneurship Summit

During the 2016 Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Silicon Valley (June 22-24), Google for Entrepreneurs is hosting Portals at the Summit at Stanford and three of its entrepreneurship hubs around the world in Mexico City, London, and Seoul. During the Summit, Portals will connect policy makers, entrepreneurs, and innovators with each other.