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Announcements/Reports

14.06.2018

In remembrance of first transport of Polish prisoners to Auschwitz: the IAC and trainees from Poland and Germany laid wreaths

Today Poland officially remembered the first transport of Polish prisoners to the infamous German concentration camp of Auschwitz who arrived there on 14 June 1940. Representatives from politics, churches, organizations and the families of the prisoners laid flowers and wreaths in memory of their...  ... In remembrance of first transport of Polish prisoners to Auschwitz: the IAC and trainees from Poland and Germany laid wreaths

07.06.2018

Rapper duo Kollegah and Farid Bang in Auschwitz: contemplative, moved and full of questions

Today, the musicians Kollegah and Farid Bang visited the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial. Their visit was in response to an invitation by the International Auschwitz Committee which they received following the fierce public debate surrounding the rappers’ texts and the Echo music award. During their...  ... Rapper duo Kollegah and Farid Bang in Auschwitz: contemplative, moved and full of questions

07.06.2018

Rapper duo Kollegah and Farid Bang in Auschwitz: contemplative, moved and full of questions

Today, the musicians Kollegah and Farid Bang visited the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial. Their visit was in response to an invitation by the International Auschwitz Committee which they received following the fierce public debate surrounding the rappers’ texts and the Echo music award. During their...  ... Rapper duo Kollegah and Farid Bang in Auschwitz: contemplative, moved and full of questions

25.04.2018

Kippa demonstrations: an important day, important clarity, and even a turning point

Holocaust survivors in the International Auschwitz Committee are welcoming today’s gestures of solidarity towards Jewish people which will take place as Kippa demonstrations in many cities and regions throughout the country.  ... Kippa demonstrations: an important day, important clarity, and even a turning point

21.04.2018

Antisemitism in Germany and Europe: wave of outrage should not become another ineffective isolated phenomenon

Auschwitz survivors are following the planned demonstration of support this Wednesday in Berlin with keen interest and sympathy in view of the increasing threat of anti-Semitism in Germany.  ... Antisemitism in Germany and Europe: wave of outrage should not become another ineffective isolated phenomenon