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Monday, June 17 • 12:15pm - 1:15pm
The future of the past: Holocaust commemoration in 2019 and beyond

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Holocaust commemoration remains a core priority for Jewish communities in Australia and around the world. Our panelists will explore how Sydney has commemorated the Shoah so far—and ponder the future of Holocaust commemoration. How important will survivor testimony be for future generations—who will not meet those survivors in person? What innovative forms of remembering are being developed to fill this gap? In what ways should we preserve or adjust our collective narrative to make Holocaust memory relatable to future generations?

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Jacqueline Wasilewsky

Manager of Community Stories, Sydney Jewish Museum
Jacqui is Manager of Community Stories at the Sydney Jewish Museum. Her department has recorded more than 150 interviews and published 85 biographies. Jacqui completed her BA/LLB in 1987, MA (History) in 1998 at UNSW, and Certificate of Interactive Multimedia in 2004 at UTS.

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Roslyn Sugarman

Curator, Sydney Jewish Museum
Roslyn joined the Sydney Jewish Museum as Curator in 2005, managing both temporary exhibitions and permanent displays. She was awarded a Museums & Galleries NSW Fellowship to Yad Vashem in 2014 and an EHRI Fellowship at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2017. In 2017 the SJM opened... Read More →
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Jared Engelman

Jared is one of the five co-founders of Youth HEAR (Holocaust Education and Remembrance), a new organisation dedicated to bridging the gap between young adults and the Holocaust generation. In April, Youth HEAR organised and conducted its inaugural Youth Yom HaShoah commemoration... Read More →
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Yoav Yaron

Shaliach, AUJS NSW
Yoav is the AUJS NSW Shaliach. Born and raised in Kibbutz Afek in Israel, Yoav was a youth counsellor and activist as a teenager. He served in the IDF for six years in the Strategic & International Divisions, where he gained vast experience in politico-military affairs. Yoav holds... Read More →
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Daniel Hochberg

The son of Holocaust survivors, Daniel has been a youth leader and active parent of Habonim Dror, including Mazkir of NZ Habonim and President of the P&F in Sydney. A past Coogee Synagogue Board member, he held leadership roles within Maccabi NSW, including President, and was a Governor... Read More →

Monday June 17, 2019 12:15pm - 1:15pm PDT
Room 4

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