9 11 London Project

9 11 London Project

Charity information

9 11 London Project

The 9 11 London Project, in partnership with the Institute of Education, provides teachers with resources to explore the events, causes and consequences of 9/11.

Founded 2010

  • Mission statement

    The 9 11 London Project is an educational charity which has been set up to ensure that the legacy of 9/11 is one that builds hope from tragedy.

    Our mission is to develop, out of the horror of the events of 11th September 2001, an educational programme for schools, devoted to a proper understanding of what happened; and thereby help to reduce the possibilities of any similar act in the future.

    Our goal is to raise funds for the creation of 9 11 London Project educational programmes to be made available for schools. And to commission and site a permanent work of art, created from steel from the World Trade Centre, as a symbol of this educational initiative.

  • Aims

    9 11 London Project aims to:

    • Develop the critical thinking skills of young people and encourage a community of enquiry and intercultural dialogue
    • Encourage better community relations throughout London, the UK and potentially the world; promoting equality and understanding through education.
    • Provide teachers with the appropriate materials and training in order to teach the potentially controversial topic of 9/11.
    • Increase secondary school students’ understanding of what happened on the 11th September 2001, what its role has been in shaping the modern world, and how it was experienced at the time and since.
  • Overview

    Established: June 2010

    Registered Charity Number: 1136568

    Board members: 10

    Full time staff: 2

    Phone number: 02030087705

    Address: 42 Brook Street London W1K 5DB

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