After the end of the Second World War, Nazi leaders were tried in Nuremberg, Germany. Now, 75 years on, Holocaust Memorial Day Trust's Claudia Hyde offers her reflections on the tribunals' legacy.
After the end of the Second World War, members of the Nazi leadership were tried in Nuremberg, Germany. Now, 75 years on, Holocaust survivor Ivor Perl BEM reflects on the tribunals.
After the end of the Second World War, members of the Nazi leadership were tried in Nuremberg, Germany. Now, 75 years on, we asked Holocaust survivor Joan Salter MBE how she felt watching video footage of the trials for the first time.
In this video our Senior Communications Officer, Farayi Mungazi, speaks to Professor Dan Stone about how and when it is appropriate to draw comparisons between the Holocaust and other genocides. Professor Stone is a British historian, Professor of Modern History at Royal Holloway, University of London, and Director of its Holocaust Research Institute.
A statement from our Chief Executive, Olivia Marks-Woldman OBE, on the investigation into antisemitism in the Labour Party.
Our Honorary President and Holocaust survivor, Sir Ben Helfgott, has been given the Lifetime Achievement award by the Pride of Britain.
Our Chief Executive speaks to the All-Party Parliamentary Group about the ongoing persecution of Uyghur Muslims in China.
Our blog for Hate Crime Awareness Week is by Fiyaz Mughal OBE, founder and former Director of Tell MAMA and Faith Matters. Fiyaz reflects on the darkness of online hatred, and the hope he gains from seeing the responses of those who choose to be the light by reacting with kindness and understanding in online spaces.
Olivia Marks-Woldman OBE, Chief Executive of Holocaust Memorial Day Trust, welcomes the new ban that Facebook have introduced on Holocaust denial and distortion content.
A concentration camp survivor and a Kindertransportee are in the 2020 Queen’s birthday honours in recognition of their work in Holocaust and genocide education.