Less than a century ago, the world bore witness to one of history’s greatest tragedies. During the Holocaust, more than 6 million Jews were killed by the Nazis for no other reason than the fact that they were Jewish. Yet, today, research shows than nearly half of the world has never heard this story.

In a world where antisemitism and racism are on the rise, knowing our history is the greatest weapon in the fight against discrimination and hatred.

Today, it is up to you to ensure that this message is passed down to future generations. Together, we can learn from our past to ensure that never again, truly means never again.

That’s why the World Jewish Congress (WJC) and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), have established aboutholocaust.org, a website aimed at providing young people with essential information about the history of the Holocaust and its legacy.

The interactive website includes a range of content, including facts that everyone should know, video testimonies of survivors, and the latest news updates about Holocaust educational programs and activities.

You are encouraged to take a moment to review the site so that you, too, will know the facts.

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