In unprecedented times, the chance that Holocaust Memorial Day offers us, to reflect on past atrocities and current hatreds, is needed as much as ever
In-sourcing, strike suspensions, maternity policy improvements and backing Keir Starmer for Labour leader – it’s been a busy month
UNISON event honours the victims of genocides, as speakers stress the need to remember – and to fight to stop future genocides
Jane Haining was a Scottish woman from Paisley, who dedicated her life to helping Jewish orphans in Hungary
Victims of the Nazi regime and modern genocides remembered
On this day, we remember the precious lives lost and the deep grief felt by those who survived. We honour their memories. We challenge hate. And we remember, as we sit in our homes, with our families and friends, in our communities, the overwhelming loss that the holocaust represents. And we say never again.
On this day, we remember the precious lives lost and the deep grief felt by those who survived, honouring their memories by challenging hate and commit ourselves to ensure that “never again” is not just words, however powerful, it is a commitment we reaffirm today and every day.
Holocaust Memorial Day helps us to remember the atrocities against minority groups including disabled people
The Holocaust Memorial Trust has a wide range of resources that can help union branches organise events this Holocaust Memorial Day
On this day we remember the precious lives lost and the deep grief felt by those who survived. We honour their memory by challenging anti-Semitism and hate, by remembering the victims of all genocides, and by working to ensure ‘Never Again.’
On Holocaust Memorial Day, light a candle as a sign of remembrance and hope