'Somehow, my family knew nothing of this story. It seemed to me as if these terrible events had been completely erased from memory.'
Sigrid Falkenstein, niece of Anna Lehnkering who was murdered by the Nazis in 1940 because of her disability.
'I couldn't believe that I had arrived in America. It was like a dream and I felt guilty that my parents and siblings didn't survive.'
Chanrithy Him, survivor of the Genocide in Cambodia
‘There is nothing we can do about the past, but we can do a lot about the present and the future.’
Zigi Shipper BEM, survivor of the Holocaust
‘I am seeking justice. If I had not done this, I would not be able to go on with my life.’
Hasan Nuhanović, survivor of the Genocide in Srebrenica and campaigner for justice.