On January 27th, we observe the International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust, a moment to honor lost lives and reaffirm our commitment to justice and tolerance.
Let us take this opportunity to commemorate the terrible genocide that deeply affected people and to respectfully acknowledge the experiences of other marginalized and persecuted groups, all victims of the same crime.
The gravity of the Holocaust serves as a perennial reminder of one of the darkest chapters in human history. To address this harsh reality, the organization AHEAD has launched the GREM Project. The primary goal of this project is research on democratic memory and raising awareness about victims of totalitarian regimes. Additionally, we actively work on creating narratives and spaces for democratic memory, collaborating with various entities across Europe.
We reaffirm our commitment, not just in words but also through concrete actions that contribute to preserving historical memory and building a future based on justice and equality.
Let us unite in this shared effort to ensure that future generations do not forget the lessons taught by the Holocaust and to promote a culture of respect and diversity.