Videos

The Crocus Project

30th March 2017

To learn about the Crocus Project and to download the application form click here. For more information call us on 01 6690593 or email us at [email protected]

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Inge Radford spoke out about injustices wherever they occurred, all of her life

22nd November 2016

Inge Radford, was born one of ten children in Vienna in 1932.  Her mother and 5 brothers were murdered in the Holocaust. Inge managed to escape to Britain in July 1939. Four of her other siblings also survived.  Living in Britain and Northern Ireland, Inge was outspoken about injustices and campaigned for human rights whenever […]

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Part 3 – ‘The Holocaust in the Eastern Aegean, 1944’, public lecture by Professor Anthony McElligott

17th October 2016

Anthony McElligott is founding professor of history and Head of Department at the University of Limerick,which he joined in 2002. Among his principal publications are ‘Rethinking the Weimar Republic: Authority and Authoritarianism, 1916-1936’ (2014); ‘The German Urban Experience 1900-1945: Modernity and Crisis’ (2001) and ‘Contested City: Municipal Politics and the Rise of Nazism in Altona […]

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Part 2 – ‘The Holocaust in the Eastern Aegean, 1944’, public lecture by Professor Anthony McElligott

17th October 2016

Anthony McElligott is founding professor of history and Head of Department at the University of Limerick,which he joined in 2002. Among his principal publications are ‘Rethinking the Weimar Republic: Authority and Authoritarianism, 1916-1936’ (2014); ‘The German Urban Experience 1900-1945: Modernity and Crisis’ (2001) and ‘Contested City: Municipal Politics and the Rise of Nazism in Altona […]

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Part 1 – ‘The Holocaust in the Eastern Aegean, 1944’, public lecture by Professor Anthony McElligott

17th October 2016

Anthony McElligott is founding professor of history and Head of Department at the University of Limerick,which he joined in 2002. Among his principal publications are ‘Rethinking the Weimar Republic: Authority and Authoritarianism, 1916-1936’ (2014); ‘The German Urban Experience 1900-1945: Modernity and Crisis’ (2001) and ‘Contested City: Municipal Politics and the Rise of Nazism in Altona […]

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Teaching the Holocaust summer school 22-24 August 2016

30th June 2016

An intensive three day programme for post-primary teachers that address the complex subject of the Holocaust and how to teach it in the Irish classroom. The course considers the historical context of the Holocaust, pedagogic challenges, cross-curricular perspectives and interdisciplinary approaches. The historical context and development of the HolocaustTeachers of History, RE, English, CSPE, Drama, […]

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Holocaust survivors living in Ireland recount their stories

27th April 2016

HETI produced documentary Holocaust Survivors Living in Ireland features Suzi Diamond, Jan Kaminski, the late Inge Radford, Tomi Reichental and Rosel Siev recounting their stories of survival during the Holocaust.

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Professor Steven E. Aschheim: Why the Germans? Why the Jews? The Perennial Holocaust Question

26th April 2016

Title: Why the Germans? Why the Jews?- The Perennial Holocaust Question Lecturer: Professor Steven E. Aschheim, Hebrew University, Jerusalem Location: Burke Theatre, Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin Date: 16 February 2016

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Holocaust Memorial Day 2016 (Full Version)

25th April 2016

2016’s national Holocaust Memorial day took place on Sunday, 24 January 2016 in the Mansion House, Dublin. The keynote address was given by the Taoiseach, Enda Kenny TD The National Holocaust Memorial Day commemoration takes place on the Sunday nearest to the 27 January every year, the date Auschwitz was liberated. It is attended by people […]

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Holocaust Memorial Day 2016 (Short Version)

18th April 2016

2016’s national Holocaust Memorial day took place on Sunday, 24 January 2016 in the Mansion House, Dublin. The keynote address was given by the Taoiseach, Enda Kenny TD The National Holocaust Memorial Day commemoration takes place on the Sunday nearest to the 27 January every year, the date Auschwitz was liberated. It is attended by people […]

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