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A series of livestreaming events for the UK National Holocaust Centre & Museum

The Client:

UK National Holocaust Centre & Museum

Type:

Livestreaming event

Platform:

YouTube & Facebook

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Description:

A series of live virtual events in commemoration of the International Holocaust Memorial Day. The highlight was a livestream event that was broadcast to thousands of pupils across England as part of their remote learning.

The event included interviews with Premier League football players and the chairman of Chelsea Football Club, who talked about racism and antisemitism in sport, as well as an interview with Lord John Mann. In addition, there was a conversation with a Holocaust survivor, and also a lighting of commemorative candles both in the Holocaust Museum and in schools throughout England.

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Dark times be gone

Holocaust Memorial Day event of remembrance, song and film with special guests including Rabbi Eli Levin; Holocaust survivor Dr Martin Stern MBE; The Right Hon The Lord Mann, government advisor on anti-Semitism; and Bruce Buck, Chair of Chelsea FC. 

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Amid the darkness of hate

An online event to mark Holocaust Memorial Day 2021 with prayers, candle lighting and special guests including Holocaust survivor Simon Winston BEM; Nottingham Forest FC manager Chris Hughton; and Rabbi Tanya Sakhnovitch from Nottingham Liberal Synagogue. 

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Auschwitz, Art and Hope

Auschwitz survivor Eva Schloss MBE speaks to finding light in the darkness, particularly in the paintings created by her brother and father while in hiding in Nazi occupied Holland. Also interviewed Liesbeth van der Horst, Director of the Dutch Resistance Museum in Amsterdam

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Images from the events

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