Members of the public are invited to submit their views regarding the future of Holocaust commemoration and education in Britain via an online call for evidence and students can enter an essay competition to join the Prime Minister's Youth Forum.
Over 250 guests gathered at The Houses of Parliament on Monday 20th January for our Lord Merlyn-Rees Memorial Lecture. The lecture featured guest speakers Thomas Harding, author of ‘Hanns and Rudolf’ and Ed Vaizey MP, Minister for Culture, Communications & Creative Industries.
Schools can now apply for Projects taking place in spring 2014.
The Holocaust Educational Trust works with schools, colleges and communities across the UK to educate about the Holocaust and its contemporary relevance.
The Trust plays a central role in combating antisemitism, racism and prejudice in our society today by delivering innovative educational and teacher training programmes and producing groundbreaking resources such as the BAFTA award-winning Recollections DVD.
By partnering with schools, universities, Local Education Authorities and other institutions our work ensures the Holocaust has a permanent place in our nation’s collective memory.