Across the UK people marked Holocaust Memorial Day 2014 by coming together to learn about the journeys taken during the Holocaust, under Nazi Persecution and during the subsequent genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Darfur.
We’re delighted to announce the winners of our art competition for HMD 2014 – Drawing Inspiration. Entries were made in three ages categories, all with a different focus around the theme for HMD 2014 Journeys.
Survivors of the Holocaust and subsequent genocides have thanked the Prime Minister for inviting them to a reception at 10 Downing Street to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.
Survivors of the Holocaust and subsequent genocides joined politicians and dignitaries at the UK's Commemorative Event for Holocaust Memorial Day 2014 in Westminster.
New research from the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust (HMDT) has found that half the UK population cannot name a genocide that has taken place since the Holocaust despite millions being murdered as a result of persecution in Cambodia, Rwanda Bosnia and Darfur.
Actor Samuel Barnett, best known for his part as Posner in The History Boys, has made an online pledge and recorded a poem for Holocaust Memorial Day 2014.
Double BAFTA-winning actor Olivia Colman has lent her support to Holocaust Memorial Day 2014 by recording a poem about the Auschwitz extermination camp.
Kemal Pervanić is a survivor of the Bosnian War. In his blog he reflects on the process of justice and reconciliation in postwar Bosnia.
On Monday 25 November we held our Public Conversation exploring a question integral to the work of Holocaust and genocide commemoration – do we ask too much of survivors?
Josh Whatsize, Lead HMD Youth Champion, on why it’s so important for young people to be the driving force behind Holocaust Memorial Day.