On 27 January Kazerne Dossin opens its doors for a special evening opening and admission is free between 5 and 10 p.m. Between 28-30 January the Ecoles Fondamentales from the Mons region organised a range of events: Canada Canadian governments (federal, provincial, and territorial) acknowledge 27 January as International Holocaust Remembrance Day.Non-governmental organisations across Canada will host events to mark the day and a partial list is included below: In Toronto, the Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre invites you to join them for the sixth-annual International Holocaust Remembrance Day Lecture, generously sponsored by the Esther Bem Memorial Fund, on Sunday, January 25 at the Royal Ontario Museum.
The Austrian Friends of Yad Vashem, together with the city of Linz, will hold a commemorative event to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day in the Press Centre of the Alten Rathaus on 27 January at .
Belgium The Belgian Federal Authorities are fully engaged in this day of remembrance, which is acknowledged as being an important reminder of the universal lessons of the Holocaust and respect for the human rights of all people, irrespective of race, sex, language or religion.
In her speech opening the ceremony marking International Holocaust Remembrance Day, National Council President Doris Bures stressed the importance of remembering the Holocaust in modern Austria.
“The images captured by the liberators have been branded into our European memory”, said Bures.
To commemorate this important year, IHRA has issued a statement to reaffirm commitment to Holocaust education, research and remembrance.
The United Nations General Assembly passed Resolution 60/7 on 1 November 2005 to designate 27 January as the International Day of Commemoration in memory of the victims of the Holocaust, the day upon which every year the world would mark and remember the Holocaust and its victims.
On Tuesday, 27 January a special daytime programme will take place, offering visitors the opportunity to hear voices of liberation, 70 years later, presented in partnership with the March of the Living Toronto.
On Wednesday, 28 January, the Neuberger is proud to co-present a panel on the Lodz Ghetto photographs of Henryk Ross, the subject of a unique Art Gallery of Ontario exhibition opening on January 31. On January 27, 2015, visitors will be offered free entry to the Montreal Holocaust Memorial Centre.
In 1948, he visited Vienna for the first time since the Nazi era.
From 1957, Ari Rath was a reporter at the Jerusalem Post, in 1975 he became an editor and in 1979 he was appointed as the newspaper’s Editor-In-Chief.