January 23rd, 2023
Trent Building will be lit up with purple lights on Thursday 26 and Friday 27 January to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.
Holocaust Memorial Day offers time to remember the genocide of 6 million Jews murdered alongside millions of other people killed under Nazi persecution.
The theme for Holocaust Memorial Day this year is ‘ordinary people’ and explores when ordinary people knew about what was happening, how ordinary people respond, how ordinary people can make a difference, how ordinary people stand by and how ordinary voices can galvanise governments to act.
Holocaust Memorial Day commemoration event
There will also be a commemoration event taking place at 6.30-8.30pm on Thursday 26 January in Keighton Auditorium on University Park.
University of Nottingham Chaplaincy and Faith Support are collaborating with Nottingham Trent University Faith to mark the day by taking the opportunity to learn about the past and discuss how we can create a safer future.
Holocaust Survivor Talk
In commemoration of Holocaust Memorial Day we are honoured to announce Holocaust survivor, Mindu Hornick, will be joining us to deliver a talk on her experiences.
This event will take place at 6pm on Tuesday 7 February in Monica Partridge Building on University Park. The talk will be followed by a chance to look around an exhibit students have put together.
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