• 2019 Alumni & Friends Dessert Reception in Miami

    We were honored to celebrate 40 survivors and over 80 alumni from the last 30 years in Miami at our March of the Alumni…

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  • Remembering Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein, z’l

    The International March of the Living joins the entire Jewish world in mourning the untimely passing of Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein, z’l, an acclaimed…

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  • UN Ambassadors Visit Warsaw Ghetto & Majdanek Concentration Camp In AZM-MOTL Delegation

    This week a delegation of dozens of Ambassadors to the United Nations visited the Majdanek concentration camp and the Warsaw Ghetto during a…

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  • Remembering Robert (Bob) Geminder, z’l

    We mourn the loss of holocaust survivor and March of the Living educator, Bob Geminder z”l (1935-2019), who travelled with our Los Angeles…

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  • UN Ambassadors to Visit Poland and Israel in AZM-MOTL Delegation

    On Monday, January 28, 2019, a delegation of dozens of Ambassadors to the United Nations from all regions of the world will depart for Poland, on a Holocaust Remembrance…

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  • Holocaust Educational Group Uses Digimarc Technology to Tell Survivors’ Stories

      The United Nations (U.N.) hosted an exhibit at its headquarters in New York City in 2014 and 2018, titled “When You Listen…

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  • March of the Living Mourns Passing of Simcha Rotem, Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Fighter

    March of the Living mourns the passing of Simcha “Kazik” Rotem, at age 94, the last surviving leader of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising,

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  • Remembering Noah Klieger, z”l

    Noah Klieger z”l was honored by The International March of the Living and Israeli-Jewish Congress (IJC) on September…

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  • Dec 19th in Jerusalem, Israel: Prosecuting Evil: A Conversation on History and Justice with Gabriel Bach

    Rutgers University, The Miller Center for Community Protection and Resilience & The International March of the Living present a special program featuring Gabriel Bach, Eichmann Trial Prosecutor and Former Justice of the Israeli Supreme Court Wednesday, December 19, 2018 - Jerusalem, Israel REGISTER NOW REGISTER NOW ABOUT THE EVENT In 1961, the Eichmann trial served as the most public and prestigious search for a measure of justice following the unprecedented scope of evil that defined the Holocaust. Even decades later, that trial, and the events that preceded it, continue to transfix our society and remind the world that justice must always be sought out even at great cost and effort – for that is what we owe to the victims of Nazism, their families and indeed a world that promotes freedom and human rights. The trial served as one of the first major events giving the Holocaust survivor community a voice and sense of collective purpose that remains a source of inspiration until today. On December 19, 2018, a program presented by the Rutgers University Miller Center for Community Protection and Resilience together with The International March of the Living will offer the chance to hear from one of the key remaining figures behind that dramatic trial and better appreciate the process of prosecuting one of the worst criminals in history and what it meant for Israeli society – and the system of justice in a modern democracy. The program will take place at the Menachem Begin Heritage Center in Jerusalem. It will begin at 6:00 PM with a reception including light refreshments followed by the presentations beginning at 7:00 PM. Admission is FREE but advance registration IS REQUIRED as space is limited and pre-assigned. To receive your tickets, register HERE or call 011-972-54-659-7795/6 Justice Gabriel Bach, born in Germany and fled with his family to Holland and later Palestine. He served as Deputy Prosecutor in the Eichmann trial before becoming Israel’s State Attorney and later a Justice on the Supreme Court. He has written and spoken extensively about his experiences providing a critical voice and perspective on these events which defined Israel in the post- Holocaust period. The event will be moderated by Richard D. Heideman. Mr. Heideman is a highly-regarded and sought-after attorney whose activities have been instrumental in bringing justice on behalf of victims of terrorism through numerous suits against national backers of heinous acts perpetrated against civilians. A veteran activist on behalf of the global Jewish community and the State of Israel, he currently serves as the President of the American Zionist Movement. The program will also feature a discussion with Professor John J. Farmer, Jr. and Stephan Kramer on protecting and strengthening vulnerable communities across the world in the face of growing anti-Semitism and extremist violence. Professor Farmer is former Attorney General for the State of New Jersey and senior counsel for the 9/11 Commission as well as serving as an assistant U.S. Attorney. He is the former Dean of Rutgers Law School. Stephan Kramer is the President of the Office for the Protection of the Constitution of Thuringia, Germany. From 2004-2014, Kramer served as the Secretary General of the Central Council of Jews in Germany and head of the Berlin office of the European Jewish Congress. The Miller Center for Community Protection and Resilience of Rutgers University focuses on identifying and working to protect vulnerable communities in Europe and the United States. The Center provides educational and practical resources designed to empower these communities to address and confront specific acts of hatred and intolerance, specifically in the face of growing extremism around the world. REGISTER NOW

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