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18th - 27th January , Oxford Town Hall, OX1 1BX - Free entry

Never Again - lessons from the Holocaust educational exhibition meeting timetable:

Saturday 18th January, 2PM
Opening rally

Craig Simmons,  Lord mayor of Oxford
Naomi Clayden, Oxford Jewish Congregation
Cllr Dr. Hosnieh Djafari-Marbini City Council migrant champion
& Stand Up To Racism

Immediately after the opening rally Tania Gessi,  Project co-ordinator, Roma Support Group  will speak about the accounts of Roma survivors of the Holocaust. 

We will have "Roma Stories" exhibition for us to display on Saturday 18th January.


Wednesday 22nd January, 5pm
"The Holocaust, A Warning From History"
Unite Against Fascism workshop with Emeritus Professor Jane Caplan, Oxford University historian specialising in Nazi Germany


Saturday 25th January, 2pm
"Stopping the Rise of Racism and the Far Right today"

Anneliese Dodds MP
Penny Faust, Oxford Jewish Congregation
Colette Levy, hidden child from Vichy, France
Roger McKenzie, Assistant General Secretary UNISON
Weyman Bennett, co-convenor Stand Up to Racism
Rabyah Khan, Chair Oxford and District Labour party

The exhibition will run from 18th-27th January in the Long Room, Oxford Town Hall. Opening times: 10-5pm Saturdays, 10-6pm Monday – Friday, Closed Sunday

For more information visit the exhibition facebook page

If you can help distribute flyers on our stalls, in your workplace, school or college or advertise the event on your workplace intranet please let us know.

The Oxford Stand Up To Racism “Never Again - lessons of the Holocaust” educational exhibition is supported by:

Oxford Jewish Congregation, Oxford City Council, Oxford Unite Against Fascism, Oxford Love Music Hate Racism, Oxfordshire UNISON Health Branch, Oxford & District Trades Council, CWU South Central Postal, Oxford Unite SE/6232, PCS DWP Oxon  and Bucks,  Oxfordshire County UNISON, Oxfordshire NEU, Henley CLP, Kidlington and Yarnton branch Labour Party

Press release

MP, councillors, trade unionists and campaigns call for solidarity with Muslims against "Punish a Muslim Day"

Over 40 people including Annaleise Dodds MP, Labour and Green councillors, trade unionsists and anti-racist campaigners have signed a solidarity statement launched by Oxford Stand Up To Racism calling for solidarity with Oxfordshire's Muslim population in the face of a campaign of racist threats. The statement was launched in response to the circulation of "Punish A Muslim day" hate letters and packages sent to Muslim homes around the country. The letters are being investigated by counter-terrorism police for inciting violence against Muslims including awarding points for injuries inflicted on April 3rd, ranging from 25 points for pulling a Muslim woman's headscarf off to 1000 points for burning down a Mosque.

Oxford Stand Up To Racism spokesperson Ian Mckendrick said "Since 2016, there has been a continued, sharp rise in hate crimes with a significant majority of them being street attacks against Muslims, particularly Muslim women. We have all been horrified by the increasing brutality of these attacks. We condemn the obscene hate-letter campaign and hate crimes directed at Muslim members of our community. We are neighbours, friends and workmates. We stand shoulder to shoulder and urge everyone to join with us in standing up to Islamophobia, antisemitism and racism. Victims of racist attacks can contact Stand Up To Racism for solidarity."

The signatories are supporting expressions of solidarity on April 3rd, including circulating "No to Islamophobia, solidarity with Muslims" selfies on social media and will be assembling at 5.30 pm on Manzil Way Green to meet members of Oxford's Muslim community to show their support.

 Signatories include:

Oxford Stand Up To Racism
Annaliese Dodds, MP for Oxford East
Cllr Mike Rowley, Board Member, Oxford City Council
Helen Evans, Labour County Councillor
Martyn Rush, Labour Party, Council Candidate for Barton and Sandhills
Lubna Arshad, Labour Part, Council Candidate
Rabyah Khan Oxford City Council candidate, Summertown
Stephen Marks Vice-Chair Oxford District Labour Party
Ruthi Brandt, City Councillor, Oxford Green Party
Cheryl Briggs - co-chair Oxfordshire Green party
Elise Benjamin, Oxford's first Jewish Lord Mayor 2011-12, Green Party
John Haywood , Election Agenct North Oxfordshire Green party
Parichehre Mosteshar-Gharai & Peter Leary - Co-Chairs Momentum Oxford
Michaela Collord - Secretary Oxford Momentum
Oxfordshire UNISON Health branch committee
Rosita Ellis, Chair UNISON South East Region Black Members Committee
Kate Douglas, PCS DWP South East Regional Secretary
Matthew Callow, Chair Oxford health branch of UNITE the Union
Michelle Codrington-Rogers, Oxfordshire NASUWT Negotiating Secretary
Caroline Glendinning UNISON OXFORD CITY Branch Secretary
Pat Carmody, Oxfordshire Unite Community Branch Committee member
Steven Gill, Area Sub Rep CWU
Hadi, Syrian Community in Oxford and Oxfordshire SYRCOX
Memona Niazi, Oxford University, Wycliffe Hall Islamic Society
Haseem Shah, Oxford University Islamic Society - Former President
David Hillman, Oxford Palestine Solidarity Campaign
Bill MacKeith, Close Campsfield Campaign
Norman Wood - organising group Oxford Refugee Solidarity
Emma Jones - Oxford Iinternational Womens Festival
Cherry Mosteshar - The Oxford Editors
Mariam Ahmed M&A Social Enterprise - co founder


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