PAST EVENTS

  • The Wittenberg Affair: An example of Choiceless Choices – The Impact and influence on the Vilna Ghetto
    We are excited to welcome Eva Zeleznikow for this online event, who will offer a glimpse into her experience as a student in the Weiss Livnat MA in Holocaust Studies in Haifa, Israel. Eva will present one of the topics she has been researching, the Wittenberg Affair.
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  • Not Just a Survivor: A Portrait of My Mother
    20 Mar, 7:30 pm AEDT
    Online Event
    Author Rochy Miller will talk about her new book which recounts the life & legacy of her mother, Lea Leibowitz, and how the Holocaust framed her mother's life and perspective not because of her experience - but despite it.
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  • The Abraham Accords, Holocaust Memorialisation and the fight against Antisemitism
    The Honourable Eitan Na’eh, inaugural Israeli Ambassador to the Kingdom of Bahrain and son of a Holocaust Survivor, will share his unique insight and perspective on the recent Abraham Accords, as well as his personal connection to Holocaust memorialisation.
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  • Re-examining the plight of the “doubly cursed” – the Krankenmorde and its contemporary importance
    A special presentation about the history of the Krankenmorde, situating it within the current historiography of the Holocaust, as well as discussing the contemporary significance of these crimes, focusing on the rights of people with disability.
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  • The 2022 commemoration of International Holocaust Remembrance Day and the Liberation of Auschwitz
    We invite you to join us for the Australia-wide online commemoration of International Holocaust Remembrance Day (IHRD) and the liberation of Auschwitz on Thursday 27 January at 7.30pm AEDT.
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  • A Chanukah Journey in the Land of Israel
    02 Dec 2021, 7:30 pm AEDT
    Online Event
    We are thrilled to welcome highly-esteemed tour guide and educator Julian Resnick for this online tour, in which he will take us on a Channukah journey from the Temple Mount via the Graves of the Maccabees, Yad Vashem, the Gaza perimeter (and more) to his home on Kibbutz Tzora.
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  • I Owe My Life to the Sheptytsky Brothers
    21 Nov 2021, 10:00 am AEDT
    Online Event
    We are excited to partner once again with LJLA to present Frances Prince in conversation with Prof Dr Leon Chameides, a Survivor who was saved by the leadership of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church during the Shoah.
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  • Portraits of Moral Choices
    31 Oct 2021, 7:30 pm AEDT
    Online Event
    In this talk with special guest Tali Nates, we will explore the moral choices that were made by people, groups and governments during the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda.
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  • Southern Wall Excavations
    30 Sept 2021, 7:30 pm AEST
    Online Event
    Join us in an eye-opening virtual tour to the Southern Wall Excavations aka The Davidson Center. In our tour, we will walk through the traditional pilgrimage rituals of Sukkot by visiting different corners of the Davidson Center and learn together how some of our Jewish rituals were shaped!
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  • Righteous Among the Nations
    01 Sept 2021, 8:00 pm AEST
    Online Event
    Frances Prince in conversation with Rev. Lawrence Cross about the life and impact of Klymentiy Sheptytsky, leader of the Ukranian Greek Catholic Church, who helped save over 150 Jewish children during the Holocaust.
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  • Lockdown versus Locked Away: A Survivor's Perspective
    29 Aug 2021, 7:30 pm AEST
    Online Event
    Dr. Richard Haber, a Survivor who was in hiding for a year of his life during WWII will provide a fascinating perspective on COVID-19 and its current challenges.
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  • Islamist Extremism and Antisemitism: A Short History over the last 4 decades
    March of the Living is excited to welcome Fiyaz Mughal OBE FCMI, director of Faith Matters (2005-2020) and Founder and trustee of the charity Muslims Against Antisemitism, for a fascinating discussion and overview of the historic and current state of global Islamist extremism and antisemitism.
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  • The Destruction of the Lithuanian Jews - The Ponary Massacre
    Join Jacob Shoshan, esteemed and highly sought-after International March of the Living guide and historian for a compelling account of the destruction of the Lithuanian Jewish community and the description of what occurred during the Ponary Massacre, which resulted in Lithuania’s largest mass grave.
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