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22/12/17 Others

Commemorative events to mark Holocaust Remembrance Day

Every year, UNESCO pays tribute to the victims of the Holocaust on the 27th of January to marks the liberation

15/12/17 Others

Words We’re Made of

a web-series of micro-documentaries meant to publicise and raise awareness about the Arabic origin of many Andalusian Spanish words.

12/12/17 Others

Red CARPET Open Studio Tour

As part of the CARPET (Craft Art and People Together) programme, the Three Cultures Foundation has organised the Red CARPET

12/12/17 Others

‘Morocco in Three Cultures

Under the programme called “Alqantara: Bridges for Dialogue and Coexistence”, which the Three Cultures Foundation has undertaken together with the

12/12/17 Others

Caftan parade

After the success of previous shows, the Three Cultures Foundation will once again host a caftan parade at its headquarters.

12/12/17 Others

The Three Cultures Foundation at the Nador International Festival of Cinema and Common Memory

The second Memory for Democracy and Peace International Prize awarded by Morocco’s Centre for Common Memory and Democracy has been

25/09/17 Others

Presentation of WOCMES Seville 2018 in Madrid in collaboration with Casa Arabe

The Three Cultures of the Mediterranean Foundation continues with its path, this time at national level, with different acts of

04/09/17 Others

Sign of a framework agreement between The Three Cultures of the Mediterranean Foundation and the Elcano Royal Institute

The director of The Three Cultures of the Mediterranean Foundation, José Manuel Cervera Gragera, and the President of the

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Commemorative events to mark Holocaust Remembrance Day

Every year, UNESCO pays tribute to the victims of the Holocaust on the 27th of January to marks the liberation on that day in 1945 of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp by Soviet troops.

The activities programmed aim to make reference to human dignity and the worth of all people, as well as their right to live free of discrimination and enjoy equal protection under the laws, a right that is set out in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

The Holocaust caused the extermination of almost two thirds of Europe’s Jewish population and remains one of the most painful reminders of the international community’s failure to protect the Jewish people.

 

8pm: Reading of texts and poems by Varda Fiszbein, Member of the Beit Rambam Jewish Community, and poet José Luis Rodríguez Cáceres.

8.30pm: Candle-lighting ceremony in memory of the victims of the Holocaust.

Free entry until filled to capacity.