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Holocaust Memorial Week, Gathering the Voices

That the Parliament welcomes Glasgow Caledonian University’s project, Gathering the Voices, which collects and records oral histories given by Holocaust survivors; supports the primary focus of the project and its highlighting of the positive contribution of Holocaust survivors to society in Scotland; welcomes the financial support of the Scottish Government and Sense over Sectarianism in addition to what it sees as the invaluable contribution of volunteers to the project, and considers that the launching online of the material during Holocaust Memorial Week is an appropriate way of highlighting the necessity of recording and preserving the experiences of Holocaust victims.

Supported by: Kenneth Gibson, Stuart McMillan, Patrick Harvie, Drew Smith, Nanette Milne, Jackie Baillie, Bill Kidd, Graeme Dey, John Finnie, Joan McAlpine, John Mason, Patricia Ferguson, Humza Yousaf, Liam McArthur, Annabelle Ewing, Linda Fabiani, Neil Bibby, Roderick Campbell, Marco Biagi, Alex Fergusson, Angus MacDonald, Jim Hume, Richard Lyle, Joe FitzPatrick, Christina McKelvie, Mike MacKenzie, Kevin Stewart, Willie Rennie, John Wilson, Colin Beattie, Dennis Robertson, Adam Ingram, Maureen Watt, George Adam, Jamie Hepburn, Margaret McDougall, Aileen McLeod, James Dornan, Richard Simpson, Gordon MacDonald, Margaret Burgess, David Torrance, Jim Eadie, Sarah Boyack, Dave Thompson, Siobhan McMahon, Annabel Goldie


Current Status: Fallen on 13/03/2012
 
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