Sign the Declaration

As part of its ongoing campaign to counter double genocide, the Seventy Years Declaration invites individuals and organisations to add their names to the founding list of the Declaration’s signatories

Organisations who have joined the founding 70 European politicians in signing the Declaration include:

  • The Association for Lithuanian Jews in Israel
  • The Holocaust Survivors Association of Brazil
  • The Reform Movement of Great Britain
  • The Survivor Mitzvah Project (USA)
  • The World Union for Progressive Judaism
  • The United Synagogue of Great Britain, Britain’s largest Orthodox Jewish movement.
  • Board of Deputies of British Jews
  • The European Union for Progressive Judaism
  • The Holocaust Memoria Via Fundacion, Chile
  • Holocaust Museum (JHC), Melbourne
  • Jewish Holocaust Centre, Melbourne

Add Your Organisation

Organisations are invited to add their names to the list of Seventy Years Declaration signatories by filling in their details on the appropriate form here. The name of your organisation will appear on the online list of signatories on this website.

In addition, organisations can host events to screen the film “Rewriting History” and raise awareness about the Seventy Years Declaration.

Individual Signatories

Individuals are invited to add their names to the list of Seventy Years Declaration signatories by filling in your details on the appropriate form here. Your name will appear on the online list of signatories on this website.

Museums

Museums are encouraged to add a hard copy of the Seventy Years Declaration to their exhibitions, particularly in relation to contemporary issues of Holocaust remembrance. If you would like to get a digital form of the Declaration to curate or to let us know you are including it in your exhibition, please email syd@seventyyearsdeclaration.org

Governments and Politicians

Governments and politicians are encouraged to counter and protest the propagation of double genocide as advanced in the European Union by nationalist, ultra-nationalist, right-wing, right and far-right groups particularly coming from the Baltics and other East European countries.

Legislative bodies and councils, elected officials and groups of elected officials, parties and related organisations are encouraged to adopt the principles of the Seventy Years Declaration as policy and to table the Seventy Years Declaration in their parliaments. For assistance and further information or to let us know about the Seventy Years Declaration being adopted in policy or tabled in parliament please contact syd@seventyyearsdeclaration.org

Events & Film Screenings

The Seventy Years Declaration’s background forms the focus of the 2012 documentary film “Rewriting History“. Synagogues, community centers, schools, museums and parliaments have organised screenings of “Rewriting History”, followed by Q&A discussions with the film’s cast and crew and Seventy Years Declaration authors Dovid Katz and Danny Ben-Moshe. These events have also been fundraisers to support the Seventy Years Declaration campaign.

If you would like to organise a film screening event please email danny@identity-films.com


Please Sign The Declaration

(Takes One Minute)

organisations

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Organisations

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Individuals

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Individuals