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Chaplaincy events

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Annual events  

Holocaust Memorial Day 27 January.

[Extra]Ordinary Portraits by students from the The Royal Drawing School

This year's theme for Holocaust Memorial Day is 'Ordinary People'
The Multifaith Chaplaincy will be hosting an event on Monday 30th January in The Stage Room at The HUBS between12 noon-2pm.

Photo of Philip SpencerWe will be joined by Philip Spencer, an Emeritus Professor in Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Kingston University who will talk first on The Holocaust and contemporary genocides. Philip is also a Visiting Professor in Politics at Birkbeck College and Senior Research Fellow at the London Centre for the Study of Contemporary Antisemitism. 

Photo of Martin BandelFollowing this, Martin Bandel, the son of a Holocaust survivor, will talk about his father's experience and how it affects himself as a second generation survivor. Martin’s talk will also be followed by a round table discussion and the event will conclude with a short plenary.

Find out more and book your free tickets here. 

Cultural Calendar

The Cultural Calendar (PPTX, 36.6MB) has been created as part of a collaboration with the University of Sheffield, the two student unions and Faith Star.

It reflects our rich and diverse community here in Sheffield and is a useful resource to find out about different religious and non-religious dates of importance and celebrations.

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Contact the Multi-faith chaplaincy

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