Jamie (Team Assistant) and Rachel (HMD Development Manager) from the HMDT staff team recently took part in March of the Living UK, a six day international educational trip which includes visits to former concentration camps and culturally...
The journalist Katie Hopkins tweeted earlier today that ‘a final solution’ is needed, following last night’s terrible attack in Manchester. Here is the response from HMDT Chief Executive Olivia Marks-Woldman: We are aware that a recent tweet...
The HMD Youth Champion Programme empowers young people aged 14-24 years old to take action for Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) through organising their own activities or events to raise awareness of HMD in their community and amongst their peers....
Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) 2017 was marked across the UK with thousands of diverse activities involving people from all walks of life. Holocaust Memorial Day Trust (HMDT) recorded more than 7,700 local activities – a record number of events for...
The theme for Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) 2018 – The power of words – was launched on Wednesday 5 April at a reception at the Library of Birmingham.Survivors of the Holocaust and subsequent genocides joined local HMD activity organisers from across...
We are looking for up to four new trustees to join our Board from July 2017.Our trustees play a pivotal role in developing the strategic aims of HMDT, to encourage everyone to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day on 27 January each year.We are...
We are recruiting new Youth Champion Board Members for HMD 2018!Aged 14-24? Apply to become a member of the board if you want to have a say in the development of the HMD Youth Champion programme and lead young people to commemorate the...
On Saturday 18 March HMDT hosted its annual HMD Youth Champion Day in Manchester, bringing together young people from across the UK to reflect on their work marking HMD 2017 and looking forward to next year. With discussions, survivor testimony and...
Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) 2017 saw people all across the UK come together at thousands of diverse activities, remembering all those affected by the Holocaust and the genocides that followed in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Darfur. We are delighted...
Yesterday (9 February 2017) His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, Patron of the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust, hosted a reception at St. James's Palace for survivors of the Holocaust and subsequent genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Darfur....