Lauren is one of our amazing Holocaust Memorial Day Youth Champions.  She recently appeared on the Channel 4 show, The Secret Life of Students which followed the experience of her and other students, as they settled into life at the University...
We are hosting our annual Public Conversation on the evening of Monday 3 November 2014. This year the discussion will consider the question: what is the place for perpetrators within Holocaust and genocide commemoration and education?...
The Moving Portraits project is a collection of images that evoke the significance of memory to Holocaust and genocide survivors and the importance these memories hold for us all. The photographs, which launched our creative project Memory Makers,...
The BBC will broadcast the Holocaust Memorial Day UK Commemorative Event on 27 January 2015.  On the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the largest and most notorious Nazi death camp, hundreds of the remaining survivors of the Holocaust...
In a powerful speech at our resources launch for HMD 2015, Joan Salter, a child survivor of the Holocaust, explores why she chooses to share her story in support of Holocaust Memorial Day; to raise awarenesss of the Holocaust and its significance to...
Yesterday evening (15 September) we previewed the suite of resources for Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) 2015 at a special launch event at the Wiener Library in London. Guests including Holocaust and genocide survivors and partner organisations...
An object associated with a memory can be extremely moving. Whether that is a picture of a loved one who has passed on or something that has helped a person through a turbulent time in their life. Today we launch our Holocaust Memorial Day 2015...
We look at the life of human rights campaigner Helen Bamber who passed away last week. Helen worked with survivors to confront and manage the horror and trauma of their experiences, helping to restore dignity to those who suffered the worst human...
In commemorating the lives of the family members who she was never able to meet, one second-generation refugee of Nazi persecution demonstrates how powerful an act of remembrance can be, and how important it is to keep the memory alive. In May...
The Holocaust Memorial Day Trust interviews the Good Ones and explores their music ahead of the visit to the UK later this month.As the first muted, out-of-key acoustic guitar notes ring out on the opening track of the Good Ones’ 2010 full-length...