Our work is guided by a number of advisory groups which meet throughout the year to shape plans for Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD).
Find out more about each of the groups by clicking on their names below:
The Education Consultative Group, established in 2018, supports our work, in ensuring our resources for educators are robust and follow best practice. A range of sectors are represented, from academics, to classroom practitioners across all education phases.
The Experts’ Reference Group provides HMDT with expert advice on historical and contemporary questions related to the Holocaust, subsequent genocides, the nature of genocide, historical memory and commemoration.
The Faith Engagement Group is made up of representatives from the UK faith and religious groups. They advise HMDT on engaging diverse faith and religious communities and supporting them to mark HMD.
The Genocide Survivors’ Consultative Group, established in 2018, brings together survivors of genocides which have taken place since the Holocaust. Its purpose is to ensure that HMDT is working effectively to represent and share the experiences of those affected by genocide.
The Legacy Consultative Group, established in 2015, supports our work in ensuring that the Holocaust is at the centre of Holocaust Memorial Day. Survivors of the Holocaust, members of the second and third generations, and HMDT Trustees make up the membership of this group.
The Youth Consultative Group is a group of representatives from a broad range of national youth organisations. They work collaboratively on special projects to encourage more young people to mark Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) each year and to increase youth knowledge and education of the Holocaust and the genocides which have followed.