In 2014, I visited Auschwitz as a sixth-form student on the Lessons from Auschwitz Project.

On 16th October 2019, I visited Auschwitz with students from the North East of the UK in my new role as a Project Coordinator for the Holocaust Educational Trust.

As a Regional Ambassador for the Holocaust Education Trust, I recently had the privilege of travelling to Yad Vashem in Jerusalem, Israel to learn more about the Holocaust, Jewish culture and contemporary antisemitism.

Yesterday, Jews gathered across the world to mark Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, the holiest day in the Jewish calendar.

James Milton, Holocaust Educational Trust Regional Ambassador shares his thoughts on the March of the Living 

The Holocaust Educational Trust has written to Westminster City Council's Planning Committee in support of the planning application for a National Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre to be built next to the Houses of Parliament.

July started with our annual Ambassador Conference, with hundreds of our young Ambassadors coming together from across the country to further their historical understanding of the Holocaust. The month finishes with our annual Ambassador Study Visit to Israel, where those attending have spent several days learning at Yad Vashem's International School for Holocaust Studies.

"It is extremely concerning that the first six months of 2019 saw a record number of antisemitic hate incidents across the UK, increasing upon last year’s record.

March of The Living 2019 – Majdanek and Belzec by Jack Nicholls