We connect with a number of organisations who share our goal, values and have contributed to the discoveries we've made.
International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA)
Uniting governments and experts to strengthen, advance, and promote Holocaust education, remembrance, and research worldwide.
Centre of Archaeology
The Centre of Archaeology is committed to undertaking pioneering work in the fields of Holocaust Archaeology and forensic approaches to buried remains.
With a commitment to world class research, Staffordshire University is also at the forefront of digital innovation.
The Matzevah Foundation
Since 2005, a group of Baptist Christians has been working with the Jewish Community of Poland in caring for restoring Jewish cemeteries.
Fundacja Zapomniane was created in June 2014 by the members of the Rabbinical Commission for Jewish Cemeteries in Poland.
Auschwitz Jewish Center
The Auschwitz Jewish Center Foundation was founded with the aim of creating a center of Jewish culture and education in Auschwitz.
International Youth Meeting Centre in Oświęcim/Auschwitz
The foundation for the International Youth Meeting Centre in Oświęcim was established on the 14th of June 1994.
Action Reconciliation Service for Peace
For over 50 years ARSP has been committed to working toward reconciliation and peace.
Erinnerungsort Topf and Söhne – Die Ofenbauer von Auschwitz
Since 2011, this organisation has been educating and protecting sites for the future.
Rohatyn Jewish Heritage
Rohatyn Jewish Heritage is a volunteer-led program of heritage preservation and education,
Stowarzyszenie “Studnia Pamieci” (The Well of Memory Association) is an NGO from Lublin, Poland.
The Jewish Community of Bielsko-Biała (Gmina Wyznaniowa Żydowska w Bielsku-Białej)
Since 1995, the Jewish Community of Bielsko-Biała have protected cemeteries in Upper Silesia in Poland.
Stories of Survival
"Here, on Lubelska Street was a house where the gestapo lived. The localisation was such that whenever they stood on the balcony, they could see almost the entire ghetto. This way they were well aware of what was going on in the ghetto."Read my story
Anna Świetlicka, Witness and Survivor