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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> Green MEP Urges Europe to Learn From History's Mistakes
عدد مرات القراءة 18262006-01-29

GREEN MEP URGES EUROPE TO LEARN FROM HISTORY’S MISTAKES ON HOLOCAUST
MEMORIAL DAY

As Holocaust Memorial Day 2006 takes place today, Jean Lambert, London’s
Green MEP, has urged Europe to learn from the mistakes of history and
ensure that they are not forgotten or repeated.

Jean, who was named MEP 2005 for Justice and Human Rights and is a
member of the civil liberties committee in the European Parliament said;
“Holocaust Memorial Day is a reminder of the horrific events that took
place in Europe. Not only should we remember those that sadly died as
well as those that survived, but this years theme, ‘One person can make
a difference’, demonstrates just how important it is to recognise those
that rescued and brought hope to so many victims.

“The Holocaust was devastating for people and communities throughout the
world. Today gives us all the opportunity to contemplate the impact of
such tragic events on today’s society and understand how it is still
relevant to everyone in the UK and the rest of Europe and those more
recently for example in Rwanda. The many stories we hear from survivors
serve as a reminder that even small actions can make a big difference.

“With these events in mind we must address our own asylum policy and
ensure lessons learnt from history are reflected in modern policies and
laws, guaranteeing that asylum seekers are not returned to dangerous or
uncertain futures in country’s practicing torture.”






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