On 27 January, more than 500 people came together at Belfast City Hall to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) 2020.
The UK Ceremony for Holocaust Memorial Day 2020 brought together The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with the UK’s faith, political and civic leadership, and survivors of the Holocaust and more recent genocides.
Four Holocaust survivors, alongside their children and grandchildren, feature in moving new photographs which have been released to mark Holocaust Memorial Day 2020.
We held a Parliamentary Reception to speak to MPs and Peers about the importance of marking Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD), and to launch our new online commemorative project for HMD 2020, #StandTogether.
A group of survivors of the Holocaust and recent genocides sign an open letter calling on everyone, particularly MPs and Peers, to consider the impact of their words, at a time when there is so much hate and division in the world.
More than thirty survivors of the Holocaust and more recent genocides are included in the New Year Honours List in recognition of their work in Holocaust and genocide education.
In our latest blog on the theme Stand Together, Mia Hasenson-Gross, Executive Director at René Cassin, describes the work René Cassin are doing to tackle discrimination and prejudice faced by the UK’s Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities.
The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, the Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis and Senior Imam Qari Asim have united to write a new prayer for Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) 2020.
Artworks by groups from across the UK have been selected by an expert panel to mark the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau.
In the second of our blogs focusing on the theme for HMD 2020, Stand Together, Elizabeth Arif-Fear, a member of the Jewish and Muslim women's network, Nisa-Nashim, explains how we can all be active allies by standing together with those who are different to us.