Holocaust Memorial Day 2022: One Day
A service commemorating Holocaust Memorial Day will take place Thursday 27 January 2022 at 6pm, hosted by the University’s Multi-Faith Chaplaincy. The service is open to all and will include readings, reflection, and a poetry reading by students from the International Student Association and Students’ Union. There will also be an information stand in the Minerva Building to help reflect the events of the holocaust, with messages of hope, and inclusive craft activities. All welcome!
Holocaust Remembrance Service 2022
This year, as the University of Lincoln commemorates Holocaust Memorial Day, we take time to reflect on, not only the persecutions and genocide of the six million Jews under the Nazis, but also on the genocides that followed across the world. We will also reflect on all endangered peoples now, today, facing life-threatening state violence in our society.
The University of Lincoln does not tolerate anti-Semitism, racism, discrimination or hate. By recognising the past atrocities, genocides and ethnic cleansing of people and their cultures around the world, and acknowledging and fighting against the increasing climate of intolerance, prejudice and hate that have shocked the world in 2020, we hope to build a future where discrimination is actively rejected.
We hope you will join us as we come together on One Day as One Community to reflect and learn from the past to inspire a brighter future.
- Date: 27 January 2022
- Time: 6:00 PM
- Platform: Zoom
- Please Register here
Join the Remembrance Service here
Meeting ID: 851 3513 8718
HMD Information Stand and Inclusive Craft Activities
Information stand to help reflect the events of the holocaust, messages of hope, inclusive craft activities.
- Date: 27 January 2022
- Venue: Minerva Building
- Time: 11.00–15.00
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