"As you can no doubt imagine, we often say in despair, ‘What’s the point of the war? Why, oh, why can’t people live together peacefully? Why all this destruction? The question is understandable, but so far no one has come up with a satisfactory answer"

The Diary of Anne Frank, Wednesday 3 May 1944


In 2022 we were joined by Camilla, Queen Consort at our Annual Lunch marking Holocaust Memorial Day. This year we celebrate the coronation of King Charles III. 

We send our best wishes to His Majesty King Charles III and The Queen Consort, and hope that everyone has a wonderful weekend.

Michael Josephson MBE joins us in Lancashire

A generous supporter of our work, Michael Josephson joined young people as they presented their learning in a special assembly.

After taking part in our 2-day Voices for Equality programme and learning about Anne Frank, the Holocaust and prejudice, pupils shared their reflections with their own scripts and poems on topics of antisemitism, gender equality and respect for trans people. Mr Josephson then presented pupils with certificates celebrating their brilliant work. 

"I am so impressed by how much the young people have learnt in 2 days, I could never have stood up and spoken like that when I was their age." - Michael Josephson MBE

"I know my students better because of the Anne Frank programme. I now know who they truly are and what they want to be." - Miss Walker, year 5 teacher

Support Stuart in his 100 mile ride

Go Stuart! Help Stuart smash his fundraising target and empower more young people to challenge prejudice.

Taking place on Sunday 28 May, RideLondon is a 100 mile challenge established as an Olympic legacy event from London 2012.

We are so grateful to Stuart Berkoff for taking on the distance to raise money in support of our work. His ride will take him in a loop from central London through to the Essex countryside before finishing back in London. It's an incredible test of resilience and your support makes all the difference.

"I am challenging myself with a 100 mile bike ride - a distance I have never cycled before. It's going to be painful but hopefully you can make it worthwhile!" - Stuart

Upcoming events

Calling all schools: Join us online and give your students the opportunity to learn more

Gypsy, Roma, Traveller History Month

Thursday 8 June, 10am -11am

Join us as we welcome Friends, Families and Travellers to celebrate Gypsy, Roma and Traveller history, culture and heritage. Help your students understand GRT people's contributions to society and learn to recognise and challenge stereotypes and prejudices. 

Anne Frank Day

Monday 12 June, 10am - 11am

This year marks what would have been Anne Frank's 94th birthday. On Anne Frank Day we will be joined by the Anne Frank House to reflect on Anne Frank's life and diary. Learning about antisemitism and the Holocaust, young people will feel empowered to challenge prejudice and inspired by Anne Frank's legacy.

If you're interested in joining one of our online events email [email protected]

March of the Living

Our CEO Tim Robertson visits Poland with March of the Living UK

Tim was one of 10,000+ people who marched from Auschwitz to Birkenau to remember the 1.1 million Jews murdered there, and to celebrate Jewish life today.

Tim said: “Within the 250-strong British delegation, I was in a small multi-faith group with colleagues from Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim and Sikh faiths. It was an honour to learn in such a diverse group, and the teaching by March of the Living UK was simply superb. The study visits to Auschwitz and other Holocaust sites were profoundly sobering, but the March itself was a shot-in-the-arm of determination to build a world free from antisemitism and any other form of hatred.”