• 2020 Virtual March of the Living Ceremony

    VIRTUAL MARCH OF THE LIVING

  • The March of the Living Virtual Plaque Project

    For the first time in 32 years, there will be no March of the Living on Holocaust Remembrance Day, due to the Coronavirus. The March of the Living Virtual Plaque Project will continue our tradition of placing messages on plaques on the train tracks of Auschwitz-Birkenau. Join us in honoring

  • Everything Can Be Taken from You

    Survivor Gabriella Karin shares hard lessons she learned during the Holocaust with a new generation As part of her commitment to teaching young people the lessons of the Holocaust, Gabriella Karin has participated in the March of the Living trip to Poland and Israel every year since 2012. In Los

  • Combating discrimination and hatred through education

    Three strategies for teaching tolerance through the lens of the Holocaust We live in a society where truth is decaying and hatred and discrimination are on the rise, and can have a detrimental impact on a school’s culture and climate. Teaching and learning about the roots of hate is essential

  • Due to Coronavirus Outbreak, March of the Living 2020 Postponed

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Due to Coronavirus Outbreak, March of the Living 2020 Postponed The organization will launch an international campaign against rising antisemitism, titled “NEVER MEANS NEVER” Organization’s World Chair: “We remain thoroughly committed to our values and our historic role” 8 March 2020 (Tel Aviv) – The organization’s leaders

  • Emmy Nominated March of the Living Short Films

    International March of the Living alumna Dana Arschin is a reporter for Fox 5 News in New York and she is also the granddaughter of an Auschwitz survivor. In April 2018 she traveled to Poland with March of the Living and documented her entire journey. When she got home, Dana

  • Think Tank of the Future: Alumni Meetup Tel Aviv

    Please join us for “Think Tank of the Future” March of the Living Alumni Meet-up in Tel Aviv on Monday, February 3, 2020 at 8:00PM at L’Entrecote located at Ahad Ha’Am St 28, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel.    

  • “By Chance Alone” with Author Max Eisen

    At 15, Max Eisen was saved from certain death in Auschwitz by a Polish physician who employed him as a cleaner in his operating room. His remarkable memoir By Chance Alone received Canada’s top literary award in 2019. Celebrating the launch of the book’s American edition at the Museum of

  • March of the Living President receives 2019 Golden Golda Global Leadership in Zionism Award

    We are pleased to close out 2019 with our President, Phyllis Greenberg Heideman, receiving the Golden Golda Global Leadership in Zionism Award from the World Zionist Organization’s – Department for the promotion of Aliyah. Thank you to Phyllis for her achievements as a Jewish female leader and her commitment to

  • President Rivlin hosted a delegation of ambassadors to the United Nations from around the worldand called on the UN Secretary-General to appoint a special envoy to combat anti-Semitism on MOTL-AZM Mission

    President Rivlin hosted a delegation of ambassadors to the United Nations from around the world and called on the UN Secretary-General to appoint a special envoy to combat anti-Semitism President Reuven (Ruvi) Rivlin today, Wednesday 11 December / 13 Kislev, welcomed a delegation of ambassadors to the UN from around