“The Holocaust and the 21st Century”. A lecture by Andro Ivanov at the Gorchakov Fund

21 January 2020

The Alexander Gorchakov Public Diplomacy Fund invites you to attend a lecture by journalist, winner of the project “Faces of Russia of the 21st Century”, Press Secretary of the Federal Georgian National-Cultural Autonomy and friend of the Gorchakov Fund Andro Ivanov “The Holocaust and the 21st Century”, which will take place in Moscow on January 28, 2020 at 6:45 pm.

The meeting will be dedicated to the International Holocaust Remembrance Day. On January 27, 1945 during the offensive by the Soviet army, military forces of the 1st Ukrainian Front liberated the largest fascist concentration camp – Osventsim (German name – Auschwitz) located on the territory of Poland. Based on the resolution of the UN General Assembly dated November 1, 2015 the date of the International Holocaust Remembrance Day was set on January 27.

75 years ago our ancestors defeated the worst evil – Nazism and the threat of eliminating everyone, who was not according to the standards of the Third Reich. Was that victory final? Should the humankind expect another Holocaust? What does the global society identify as main characteristics of that disaster? This and much more will be discussed during the lecture.

The lecture is open to the public.

Venue: Gorchakov Fund (10/1 Yakovoapostolsky pereulok, Moscow).

The event will start on January 28 at 6:45 pm Moscow time (registration will open at 6:30 pm Moscow time).

The language of the event is Russian (without interpretation).

Register here

The number of seats is limited.