This digital exhibition can be used at your Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) activity. It showcases [Extra]Ordinary Portraits, a collection of 30 artworks by young people (aged between 10-25) that reveal the ‘extraordinary elements of seemingly ordinary people’.
Darfur is a region in the west of Sudan, bordering Chad, in north-east Africa. In 2003, the Sudanese Government armed militia - the Janjaweed – to attack black African people in Darfur. This short film explains how the genocide in Darfur unfolded, and how violence continues there today.
In this video, Sir David Suchet describes what the Holocaust was and how the Nazis and their collaborators attempted to murder every Jew in Europe.
Nazi conceptions of race, gender and eugenics dictated the Nazi regime’s hostile policy on homosexuality. Watch our short film about Nazi persecution of gay men, lesbians and trans people to learn more.
A film for Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) activity organisers to share at their events, to show that they are part of the big picture of how HMD is marked by communities across the UK.
There is always a set of circumstances which occur or which are created to build the climate in which genocide can take place. In this video we explain the ten stages of genocide, as developed by Gregory H Stanton, President of Genocide Watch.
The Nazis believed that black people threatened their abhorrent ideal of a ‘pure Aryan race’. Our short film describes how black people faced persecution, alienation and murder under Nazi rule.
Download our Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) branded background to display as the backdrop to your HMD activity.
The nation will be lighting the darkness on Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD). Our video explains how you can get involved in this national moment of solidarity and commemoration. Download it to share at your HMD activity or on social media.
Our 75 Memorial Flames digital exhibition, showcases artworks made by groups from across the UK to mark 75 years since the liberation of Auschwitz. Download the video to create your own digital exhibition to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.