25/06/19 18:30 - 25/06/19 23:00
“Everything that grew took its time in growing and everything that was destroyed took a long time to be forgotten. And everything that had once existed left its traces so that in those days people lived on memories, just as now they live by the capacity to forget quickly and completely.”
As time moves on, the horrors of the Holocaust move further away from living memory.
Yet the lessons to be learned – its memory, the pitfalls of unchecked nationalism, populism and xenophobia – have never been more important.
The European Jewish Association and its partners are delighted to invite you to a Film screening and discussion on how best to keep these lessons, and the memory of the Shoah, alive.