HETI travelling Exhibitions
HETI currently has exhibitions on tour throughout Ireland. The exhibitions travel through the different city and county library services of Ireland. Special booklets are produced to accompany the exhibitions for the public to take away. Many libraries arrange “school days” for the exhibitions and these are very well attended, eliciting a very positive response from students and the wider public. Please contact us if you would like to arrange for these exhibitions to show in your library. These exhibitions are available to borrow free of charge and we would ask that you library pay the cost of getting the exhibition to your library.
The Holocaust in Europe
This exhibition presents an overview of the Nazi regime in Europe. Through text and images, it provides detailed impressions of prewar life, the years of terror and the aftermath.
The Power of Civil Society
This exhibition is about the choices each one of us makes. It’s about feeling sympathy for other peoples pain and it is about solidarity. Evil will not triumph if society is not indifferent.
1To view the exhibition: http://sic.mfa.bg/?act=galleries&rec=1240&sql_which=0
Fighting for dignity: Jewish resistance in Krakow
During the Holocaust, resistance in the ghettos of Europe took many forms: armed uprisings, clandestine observance of Jewish rituals and education, and smuggling food. All of the ghettos were ultimately destroyed by the Nazis and most of the inhabitants were transported to death camps and murdered. There were few survivors.
This exhibition is on display in Waterford I.T. Library from 01 September – 30 September 2015.
- Fighting for dignity: Jewish resistance in Krakow Booklet (PDF, 511.22 Kb)
- Fighting for Dignity Contract (PDF, 340.83 Kb)
- Fighting for Dignity Specification List (PDF, 331.44 Kb)