Planning application submission: now is your chance to send your response In his comments on the announcement of the winning design by David Adjaye of the new UK Memorial and Learning Centre, Jonathan Goldstein, Chair of the Jewish Leadership Council, Continue reading New UK Holocaust Memorial in London: responses can be made now to the Planning Application
Calling exiled writers Exiled Writers Ink is inviting people to speak out against anti-Semitism and Islamophobia. They are trying to form a collective of writers willing to engage in this critical issue. They want to set up a meeting with Continue reading Exiled Writers Ink forming new Writers’ Collective
Wall to Wall Media is looking for contributors for an upcoming History Series on television. The series will follow descendants of those who experienced the Holocaust as they retrace their family’s stories. Wall to Wall hope to sensitively explore both individual family Continue reading New TV series seeking participants who plan to research their family history
New compensation payment for child refugees who travelled on the Kindertransport The Kindertransport Fund The German government has agreed to make a compensation payment to child refugees who travelled on the Kindertransport. The Kindertransport Fund is now open to ALL KINDER: Continue reading New compensation payment for child refugees who travelled on the Kindertransport
The Wiener Library events Many, if not most events at the Wiener Library in London are directly relevant to the experiences of membets of the Second and subsequent Generations. Please look at their excellent website and sign up for notification Continue reading Wiener Library events
Tuesday 14th May: Discussion Group – Anne Frank and Deutsche Bahn, cultural appropriation? We will consider the decision by Deutsche Bahn to name a train after Anne Frank. An informal discussion group for members of the Second and Third Generations and an opportunity Continue reading London Second Generation Discussion group 14 May 2019
To find events in your area, go to the Holocaust Memorial Day website: https://www.hmd.org.uk/take-part-in-holocaust-memorial-day/activities There is a map with events taking place indicated, that you can click on for further information, plus a list of events too.