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A group of experts working in a variety of different fields around the world came together last week to discuss the various ways in which information about Nazi crimes was handled, reinterpreted and acted upon by the British government and public before and after the Second World War.


The Association of Jewish Refugees (AJR) is co-organising an historic inter-generational gathering of Holocaust refugees and survivors and their descendants on Sunday 18 January 2015 at the Institute of Education (IoE), 20 Bedford Way, London WC1H 0AL.


The Scottish Jewish Archives Centre is looking to set up the Holocaust-era study and research centre in Glasgow.


The Association of Jewish Refugees presents ‘The Last Train to Tomorrow’, a one-off musical tribute to the Kindertransports to be held on Sunday 9 November 2014.


Since 1999, over 20,000 students and teachers have taken part in the Holocaust Educational Trust’s groundbreaking Lessons from Auschwitz Project.


The Royal Wootton Bassett Academy and the IOE’s Centre for Holocaust Education are holding a conference “Empowering Young People to Change the World” on 29-30 May.


Ambassador Michael Žantovský led the tributes to Sir Nicholas Winton, who celebrated his 105th birthday, at a special event at the embassy of the Czech Republic.


The Institute of Education (IOE), a college of the University of London, has been ranked as the world's leading university for education in the 2014 QS World University Rankings.


The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, David Cameron, visited Yad Vashem on 12 March. 


Prime Minister Cameron launched a new UK Holocaust Commission the week of 27 January.