Here is all the activity and different organisations you can engage with and how you can commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day 2021.
Holocaust Education Trust
Tune in with thousands of other University students and staff to hear from the experiences and stories of a Holocaust survivor on– 26th January 5:30pm. Click Here to sign up. If you would like to host a speaker on your campus contact the HET outreach team who will be able to support you in this process.
For more information about HET click here
Holocaust Memorial Day Trust
This year HMDT are holding a photography competition for anyone aged 14-25 to demonstrate how they ‘light up the darkness’.
Win some amazing prizes from Holocaust Memorial Day Trust
- Six winning photos will be chosen to feature in an online exhibition of 30 images, called Light up the darkness, which we will launch for Holocaust Memorial Day on 27th January 2021
- Winners will receive a copy of Survivors: A portrait of survivors of the Holocaust by Harry Borden
- Winners will be invited to attend an exclusive event in Spring 2021 where they will have the opportunity to hear the testimony of a genocide survivor
- The judges will identify two outstanding photographs from the 30 images featured in the exhibition. These two winners will each receive £200 in high street vouchers
If you are interested in getting involved or would like to submit a photo please contact email@example.com.
Take a look at the creative guidance as to what type of photos can be used as part of the competition here
Click here for more resources on how you and your J-Soc can get involved with HMD
UK 2021 HMD Ceremony
On 27 January from 7 – 8pm, HMDT are inviting all of you to gather (in spirit) to remember those who were murdered for who they were: in the Holocaust, during Nazi Persecution and in the genocides that followed in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Darfur.
Click Here to register for the event.
Generation 2 Generation
Generation 2 Generation (G2G) aims to ensure that the lessons of the Holocaust are learned: the need for tolerance, empathy and understanding of all groups in society; the fact that prejudice and discrimination can motivate genocide.
G2G provides speakers who retell their parents and grandparents’ stories and experiences before and during the Holocaust. Our speakers are able to present to a variety of age groups, online or face-to-face, integrating first-hand video and audio testimony, photos and other artefacts to engage the students.
In the past 18 months our speakers have delivered more than 50 presentations to approximately 3600 audience members in schools, civic and religious institutions.