Each year the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust is to hold a Public Conversation on issues surrounding the Holocaust, Nazi Persecution and subsequent genocides.  Our 2013 event was held on 25 November and addressed the question: Is too much asked of survivors?  This is a very important question in relation to Holocaust and genocide commemoration, and is becoming particularly more relevant as survivors grow older.

Discussing the question at the event was Kemal Pervanic, a survivor of the Omarska concentration camp in Bosnia, Holocaust Survivors' Centre manager Aviva Trup and the Institute for Education's Ruth-Anne Lenga. Meanwhile, Dr James Smith, the founder of the Holocaust Centre in Nottinghamshire and Chief Executive of the Aegis Trust, chaired the proceedings.

Use the player above to listen to the whole event, skipping to the 3:40 point on the podcast to find the beginning of the Public Conversation. Below you can listen to each of the three speakers through Soundcloud.