“On 27 January 2012, we are asking you to consider what you see and hear around you . .

. . and to use your voices to Speak Up against hatred and discrimination.” Holocaust Memorial Day Trust.

Holocaust Memorial Day falls on 27th January each year – which is this Friday.  Use the memory of those whose voices were silenced (victims of the Holocaust, Nazi persecution and subsequent genocides) to Speak Out today.  HMD Trust has loads of info, stories, video clips & inspirational ideas for us all to use.

Birkenau death camp, where thousands were murdered during WWII. Auschwitz-Birkenau was liberated by the Soviet army on 27th January 1945.

Many London boroughs mark Holocaust Memorial Day, often in association with local religious communities and faith forums.  Here is a list of this year’s events (let me know if yours is missing):

  • BARNET Sunday 22 January, 1pm, at Ricketts Quadrangle, Middlesex University, The Burroughs, Hendon, NW4 4BT.
  • BARKING & DAGENHAM 23-27 January, an exhibition/display and a Candle of Remembrance on Friday 27.  Barking and Dagenham College, Dagenham Road, Romford.
  • BRENT Thursday 26 January 7pm to 9pm in Willesden Green Library Centre, The Black experience in Nazi Germany and wartime Europe by Akin Shenbanjo Jr.
  • CAMDEN  27 January 6.30 to 8pm at the Conference Centre, British Library, 96 Euston Road, NW1 2DB.
  • CROYDON Friday 27 January, 11:30am – 1:15pm at Croydon Town Hall
  • EALING Friday 27 January 11am, tree planting outside Perceval House offices.
  • ENFIELD   Thursday 26th January 6pm – 8.30pm, Dugdale Centre, Thomas Hardy House, Enfield Town.
  • HACKNEY Friday 27 January 10.30am in the Council Chamber, Hackney Town Hall
  • HARINGEY‘s multi-faith event took place on Sunday 22nd January
  • HAVERING  29 January 14:00 until 15:00, Coronation Gardens, Main Road, Romford, RM1 3BD
  • HOUNSLOW Thursday 26 January 11.30am Holocaust Memorial Day service beside the Holocaust memorial tree at the Civic Centre, Hounslow.
  • ISLINGTON Friday 27 January 10.30am to 1.30pm, Committee Rooms 5 & 6, Islington Town Hall.
  • LAMBETH  Sunday 29 January 3 to 4.30pm, Lambeth Town Hall.
  • LEWISHAM  Saturday 28 January 12 noon, Multi-faith service, Catford Synagogue, Crantock Road SE6 2QT.
  • NEWHAM  Friday 27 January 10am to 12noon, Newham Town Hall, Barking Road, E6 2RP.
  • MERTON  Thursday 26 January from 7:00pm until 9:00pm in the Council Chamber, Merton Civic Centre.
  • REDBRIDGE Friday, 27 January at 11am at Holocaust Memorial Garden, Valentines Park.
  • SOUTHWARK  27 January 10am – 12.30am, The Imperial War Museum, Lambeth Road, SE1 6HZ
  • SUTTON  Friday 27 January from 10.30am – 12 noon, Europa Gallery, Sutton.
  • TOWER HAMLETS  Sunday 29 January 2.30 – 4.30pm, East London Central Synagogue, 30-40 Nelson Street, London, E1 2DE.
  • WALTHAM FOREST  Sunday 29 January  3pm-6pm, Harmony Hall, 10 Truro Road, Walthamstow E17 8QP.
  • EUROPE HOUSE  Wednesday 25 January to Friday 10 February, an exhibition of art by Hungarian Holocaust survivor Moshe Galili at the European Commission, London, SW1.

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