Refugee Voices - The AJR audio-visual Holocaust Testimony Archive

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Refugee Voices Publicity

To mark the acquisition of Refugee Voices by the Malach Centre for Visual History, part of the Charles University in Prague, in January 2013, Refugee Voices Co-Director, Dr Bea Lewkowicz, gave an address at the University as part of the Malach Centre's anniversary. Click here to read a report and see some pictures from the event

Click on this link for information about the Malach Centre and for Czech readers, a report about the launch event is available on the Centre's website here.

Click here to read about the accessibility of Refugee Voices at the Freie Universit├Ąt Berlin.

This link profiles the availability of Refugee Voices at the German Historical Institute London.

Refugee Voices was formally launched at an event at the Wiener Library, London in June 2009. Click here and here to read reports from the event.

Click here to read the report marking the depositing of Refugee Voices at the Memorial de la Shoah in Paris in September 2008.

Refugee Voices features in various publications and on several websites:

The German Historical Institute London Bulletin (vol. 31,2 2009) carries a
Special Announcement about Refugees Voices. Please click here to read the article.

Reporting on the launch of Refugee Voices, articles appeared in the Jewish Chronicle
and Jewish Tribune, please click here to read the article.

The article published in History Today and can be read at

As a member of the UK delegation to the Task Force for International Cooperation on Holocaust education, remembrance and research, the AJR has delivered presentations on Refugee Voices at plenary and to members of the Academic Working Group. The Task Force website also promotes Refugee Voices at

The Refugee Council profiles Refugee Voices on their website at

The Spring 2010 edition of Einsicht, published by the Fritz Bauer Institut, Frankfurt, Germany at

Vol. 2 (2009) of The Holocaust in History and Memory, edited by Dr R U W Schulze, Head of Department of History, University of Essex

March 2010 edition of The Oldie. Click here to read the article

Articles featuring Refugee Voices will also appear in academic journals to be published shortly. These will appear here in the future.