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Reflections on March of the Living 2022

Read on to see a synopsis of one of the days of the trip, and thoughts on memorialisation.

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Government commit to grant to continue UJS-HET’s Project

UJS is excited to announce that the Government have committed to fund our educational programme combatting campus antisemitism, in partnership with the Holocaust Educational Trust.

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March of the living 2019 - Rebecca Lewis and Dana Winter

As part of our role as UJS Sabbatical Officers, we received many different opportunities throughout the year to support our students. 

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You can't not go - March of the Living

You can’t not go! When you go somewhere people always ask ‘how was it?’ And words can never express the intensity of what you’ve experienced.

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Lord Eric Pickles addresses the need to preserve and learn from the history of the Holocaust - UJS Conference 2018

Lord Eric Pickles, Chair of the Conservative Friends of Israel and co-Chair of the UK Holocaust Memorial Foundation Advisory Board, spoke of the need to learn the lessons of history in order to eradicate hatred today.

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The Home Secretary, Sajid Javid MP - UJS Conference 2018

Home Secretary Sajid Javid MP and UJS President Hannah Rose discuss politics, prejudice and policies.

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The 80th Anniversary of the Kindertransport

This weekend marks the 80th anniversary of the first Kindertransport. This is an important time to commemorate and thank the UK government for the important work done for refugee children in the 1930's. 

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March of the living - A journey through Jewish history

There is no doubt that this has been one of the most inspirational and insightful weeks of my life. I feel it can be summed up in one word – a journey.

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Visiting Auschwitz taught me that vague promises aren't enough - Abdi Duale

Abdi visited Auschwitz-Birkenau with UJS and HET last week

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A day at Auschwitz-Birkenau: Jasmin's trip with UJS and HET

Walking through the gates of the first Auschwitz camp was a genuinely harrowing experience.

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The power of words: Holocaust Memorial Day 2018

Holocaust survivor Henry Schachter gives testimony at Queen Mary University.

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Why getting involved in 'Our Living Memory' campaign is so important

At the University of Munich in 1942, a group of students known as the White Rose group began to distribute anonymous pamphlets criticising the Nazi regime. 

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Questions, answers and more questions: why everyone should take the opportunity to go on March of the Living

It felt like a cliché when people told me I’d leave Poland with more questions than when I came.

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