Holocaust Memorial Day

Holocaust Memorial Day was created on 27 January 2000, when representatives from 46 governments around the world met in Stockholm to discuss Holocaust education, remembrance and research. At the end of this meeting, all attendees signed a declaration committing to preserving the memory of those who have been murdered in the Holocaust. This declaration became… Read more »

Chisinau Says Loudly: Never Again

The NGOs “Fatima”, “Moldova without Nazism” and Youth Organization of Helsinki Citizens’ Assembly call the people of Chisinau to say loudly “Never Again” to crimes against humanity. They invite everyone to come at the eve of the International Holocaust Remembrance Day with a poster, photo, and picture, collage which would express their attitude to the… Read more »

Vigil for Peace and Respect

Hand in Hand has explicitly condemned the attacks in Paris and at the same time warned of a possible rise in racism and the risk of a dangerous polarization in our society between Muslims and non-Muslims. Many opinion makers follow us herein and call not to make generalisations about an entire population group, and not… Read more »

Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust

Programme:-Partisans’ Song -Address by Mr Thorbjørn JAGLAND, Secretary General of the Council of Europe -Address by H.E. Mr Didier REYNDERS, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister for Foreign and European Affairs of Belgium, Chairman of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe -Minuet by Johann Sebastian BACH performed on the cello by Amélie ENTZMIGER -Poem… Read more »