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Holocaust Memorial Day 2022

Holocaust education on campus can take multiple forms to suit your campus. Traditionally, Holocaust commemoration falls around Holocaust Memorial Day and Yom HaShoah but you are not restricted to these days and Holocaust education can happen all year round. There are a multitude of ways that you can commemorate on campus at any date or time - whatever is most convenient for students. Don’t worry if you’ve never organised an event before, we’re here to help you along the way by providing ideas and resources to use.

Here is all the activity and different organisations you can engage with and how you can commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day 2022.  

 

Exhibition on your campus

If you would like to organise holding an exhibition on your campus to mark Holocaust Memorial Day 2022, please click here. This is a great way to engage the wider student body in HMD.  

A sample of the exhibition is displayed below.

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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 24th January 6:00pm. Click here to sign up - pre-registration is essential.

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Holocaust Memorial Day Trust

On 27th 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. 

To find out more about their work, click here

 

Learning and Commemoration

Understanding the Holocaust: A Student Perspective is an interactive processing session that can be done individually or in groups 

Click here to view it

 

For Schools

On 26th January at 6pm, UCS and UJS are delighted to host a Q&A with Holocaust survivor Lily Ebert BEM. This event is open to all school students, year 9+. Click here to sign up - pre-registration is essential.

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