This blog has been written for HMDT by Noemie Bornstein Lopian, daughter of Ernst Bornstein, a survivor of the Holocaust. Words linger forever. Words have the power to sustain a person psychologically even when little can be done to alleviate...
On Thursday 25 January The Executive Office, Northern Ireland hosted an event to mark Holocaust Memorial Day 2018. The keynote speaker was Dr Martin Stern MBE, who was arrested by the Nazis when he was five years old. He survived the Holocaust...
 On Monday 29 January, the national service for Wales took place at Cardiff City Hall to mark Holocaust Memorial Day 2018. Hosted by First Minister Carwyn Jones and the Leader of Cardiff Council Councillor Huw Thomas, the event was led by...
This blog has been written for HMDT by Laura Marks OBE, Chair of Holocaust Memorial Day Trust. ‘In your work you will kill people. Make absolutely sure that when you do, it is because of what they have done and never because of who they are.’...
On Holocaust Memorial Day 2018, Holocaust Memorial Day Trust releases the findings of a survey of the UK public on hate speech.Over a quarter (27%*) of all UK adults have personally witnessed one or more incidents of hate speech in the last year and...
On Thursday 25 January 2018 survivors of the Holocaust and genocide were joined by guests, including faith, civic and political leaders, at the UK Commemorative Ceremony for Holocaust Memorial Day 2018.The short highlights film below features...
On Wednesday 24 January the National Commemorative event for Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) 2018 took place in Glasgow. Organised by Interfaith Scotland, guests heard speeches from First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon, the Lord Provost of...
                 Yesterday, 18 January 2018, more than 150 survivors of the Holocaust and genocide were welcomed by The Lord Mayor of London to a special reception at Mansion House ahead of Holocaust...
A reception to mark Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) 2018 was held at The House of Lords last night.  Hosted by Lord Shinkwin and Baroness Finlay, supported by Holocaust Memorial Day Trust, Peers heard from Joan Salter MBE, a child survivor of the...
Jo Ingabire was five years old when her family were murdered in their home in Kigali by their neighbours who were influenced by propaganda. Lucky to survive with multiple gunshot wounds, she hid for the 100 days of genocide in Rwanda with her mother...