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Is it possible to invoke the Holocaust without instantly losing the argument?

Oliver Sears

The Irish Times, April 18, 2023


I needed to forgive my family for the fate that befell them in the Holocaust

Oliver Sears

The Irish Times, January 19, 2023

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Confronting past wrongs in our present behaviour

Derek Scally

The Irish Times, October 31, 2022

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Democracies must regulate social media before it's too late

Oliver Sears

The Irish Times, October 22, 2022

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What we must do to save liberal democracy

Oliver Sears

The Irish Times, July 20, 2022


Holocaust jokes have their place but require empathy

Oliver Sears

The Irish Times, February 8, 2022


Auschwitz Museum

*Memoria Magazine,
February 1, 2022

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Gold compact and a child’s photo bring the past to life 

Colin Murphy 

Sunday Independent, January 30, 2022

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It's important for all of us to remember humanity is the only identity that matters

Sarah Carey

Irish Independent, January 28,2022

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Horror of Holocaust not as remote as we sometimes like to think

Clodagh Finn

Irish Examiner, January 26, 2022

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Recovered Memory – the contrasting tales of two war-torn Jewish families

Frank McNally

The Irish Times  - An Irishman’s Diary, January 19, 2022


The Objects of Love exhibition 

Conor O’Clery

*The Irish Times, January 16, 2022

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Holocaust experience of one Jewish family told through moving new exhibition

Aine Kenny

The Irish Times, January 12, 2022



Oliver Sears

Sunday Miscellany,

April 3, 2022


Urbanski V Urbanski

Oliver Sears

Sunday Miscellany,
January 28, 2021

*Media published prior to the establishment of Holocaust Awareness Ireland

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