• March for the Future

    If we are to believe, as many great philosophers do, that we are products of our experiential knowledge, it is then imperative to analyze and accept our life experiences as integral to who we are, what we believe and how we behave. It is with this philosophy in mind that

  • ‘Each participant becomes an agent of change’

    Arutz Sheva sat down for a talk with March of the Living World Chair Dr. Shmuel Rosenman. The “March of the Living” Holocaust educational programs combine a visit to the Nazi extermination camps with a trip to Israel. Arutz Sheva will be present during the current trip to cover the

  • The time has come for world leadership to stand up to antisemitism

    Dr. Shmuel Rosenman has a clear and concise message to European and world leaders concerning the growing incidence of antisemitism – it is time to act. He has become increasingly alarmed over the last five or six years as renewed antisemitism has made news headlines and Jewish lives feel more

  • International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) on 2017 March of the Living

    From 23-25 April the Chair of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA), Ambassador Benno Bättig, and the IHRA Executive Secretary, Dr Kathrin Meyer, attended the International March of the Living in Poland at the invitation of Austrian Minister of Education, Sonja Hammerschmid. On 23 April, the IHRA Chair was invited


    In February 1997, just over 20 years ago, headlines carried the news of the tragic crash of two helicopters over northern Israel, resulting in the deaths of 73 young Israeli soldiers. All of Israel, together with Jews around the world, mourned the loss of so many of Israel’s soldiers, most

  • Students meet survivors before March of the Living

    (Sun Sentinel) In preparation for the two-week March of the Living trip that begins on April 20, the South Florida teenage participants met with Holocaust survivors who are joining them on this emotional journey. The March of the Living is an annual educational program which brings individuals from all over

  • The March of the Living Exhibit at Polin Museum in Warsaw

    On the eve of Passover 2017, International March of the Living was honored to host the installation of our exhibition outside the Polin Museum and Rapaport Monument in Warsaw, Poland. The exhibition is visible by all Museum visitors and will consist of 16 units with each panel composed of photos

  • Hungary remembers Holocaust victims amid calls for tolerance

    BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — Thousands of Hungarians have taken part in a march remembering the 550,000 Hungarian Jews who died during the Holocaust. The March of the Living on Sunday was held on Hungary’s national Holocaust Memorial Day, which marks the mass detention and deportation of Hungary’s Jews in 1944.


    (JPost) Despite an apology White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer issued over his comment that Adolf Hitler did not use chemical weapons, the International March of the Living on Thursday joined the chorus of voices condemning the remark. As thousands of people around the world prepare to travel to Poland next