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The Annual Award Ceremony of the Auschwitz Foundation Prizes 2021-2022 will take place at the Brussels City Hall on Wednesday 9 November at 6 PM.

EUROPALIA is organising the conference Trains and the Holocaust: From a Symbol of Progress to a Genocidal Tool in collaboration with the Auschwitz Foundation and Kazerne Dossin on Tuesday 26 April at Kazerne Dossin in Mechelen.

The Annual Award Ceremony of the Auschwitz Foundation Prizes will take place at the Brussels City Hall on Wednesday 27 October at 6 PM.

Remembrance of Auschwitz invites you to the presentation of the book Dossin. L'antichambre d'Auschwitz [Dossin. The Antechamber of Auschwitz] by Dr. Laurence Schram on wednesday June 14 at 2 pm at PointCulture Brussels

The association for the memory of the Holocaust will proceed to pave 31 memory cobblestones, 3 of which were commissioned by the Auschwitz Foundation (Maria Laja Kruszel, Icek [Jacques] Kruszel and Gela [Catherine] Calka). The activity will take place on Tuesday 3 November in Brussels and Wednesday 4 in Brussels and Liège.

The annual award ceremony for the Auschwitz Foundation Prizes took place at the Brussels City Hall on 8 October.

The square Paul Halter was inaugurated on 6 October 2015 in Molenbeek-Saint-Jean (Brussels).


Auschwitz Foundation – Remembrance of Auschwitz
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