About the project

Aims of the project

To remember how Jewish refugees were treated across Europe during and following the Holocaust and compare that to the present day refugee crisis and Europe's response

To look at stories of individuals within the context of the history of the Holocaust and contemporary conflicts

To challenge ourselves to consider if we are doing enough to prevent genocide nationally and internationally

To encourage creative responses to these explorations from all participants in four countries

To create a performance for Holocaust Memorial Day, highlighting the questions posed by participants and their responses expressed through image, writing, song and film

To share outcomes with a wider European audience

Project partners


Our partner in Reggio Emilia, Italy was the Istituto per la storia della Resistenza e della società contemporanea ...


Our partner in Lublin, Poland, was Stowarzyszenie Studnia Pamięci, The Well of Memory Association ...


Our partner in Subotica, Serbia was LDA Subotica and our associate partner was ERC ...

Lead partner:
6 million +

6 million+ Charitable Trust offers a programme of education, creative arts and live events exploring the connection between the Holocaust and the experience of persecuted minorities in the world today ...