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 2017 Campaign – Let’s say it louder: NEVER AGAIN!

This year, to mark the International Day Against Fascism and Antisemitism on 9 November, and Human Rights Day on 10 December, UNITED is coordinating a campaign to spread the message that we must take a firm stand and actively reject any narratives and actions that are causing harm to others.

SPREAD THE WORD – Join the poster competition and share it on social media!

Design your own poster with your own ideas of powerful messages that inspire civil society to be active and stand firm against populist, fascist and antisemitic narratives.

TAKE ACTION!

Organize activities around 9 November! It doesn’t need to be a huge national event – it can also be a small local gathering.
If you need some inspiration for your activity, you can always check the list of Best Practices on organising activities such as the Human Library, and how to use Holocaust education in antiracism work. We also have a lot of resources on how to organise activities for this campaign, including how to organise activities on a budget, and how to organise last minute activities – check here.

If you represent a city, or would like to involve your city representatives in the campaign, please click here to find out about our Cities campaign!

STAY UPDATED – Follow the #DayAgainstFascism online

Throughout 9 November, UNITED will be tweeting and posting on Facebook about the 9 November activities happening all over Europe. Make sure you LIKE the campaign Facebook page and FOLLOW UNITED on Twitter to stay up-to-date with the campaign. If you are organising or taking part in an International Day Against Fascism and Antisemitism activity, post about it using the hashtag #NeverAgain #DayAgainstFascism #DayAgainstAntisemitism #StayUnited #9november and UNITED will spread the message.

NEED MORE INFO? – Contact UNITED!

Something not clear? Need more information about the campaign? Feel free to contact the UNITED secretariat by e-mail at 9november@unitedagainstracism.org, or by phone at +31-20-6834778 and we will do our best to answer your questions.


 

Organise activities for the Day Against Fascism campaign day!

UNITED against fascism and antisemitism

Since the early 1990s, UNITED has coordinated and inspired annual pan-European antifascist activities to mark 9 November. The aim is two-fold; firstly, we commemorate victims of the “Kristallnacht” pogrom and, more broadly, victims of the Holocaust and of fascism throughout history. Secondly, we want to warn societies about the danger of nationalism, populism, racism, antisemitism, right-wing extremism and neo-fascism today. We mobilise different groups and individuals to build a common front against hate ideologies and violence.

Hundreds of various organisations and informal groups of all kinds have taken an active part in the campaigns. It is time for you, too! The campaign is pluralist and open: there is place and space for all.

The strength of this campaign is having a diverse European movement taking part in a common action on November 9, using a common theme and slogan. We use different approaches but we have one shared vision of a society without hatred and discrimination, based on equality and human rights.

You can organise public discussions, meetings with eye-witnesses, demonstrations, commemoration activities, conferences, poster and media actions, cultural events and much more on 9 November. See for ideas the ‘Get Active! – How to Organise an Activity?’ – Guide and good practices on the campaign site.

Add your voice to thousands of others; by speaking out together for an intercultural open society we are louder, our message is stronger and it travels further. Everybody can give a valuable contribution to commemorate ‘Kristallnacht’. Being active against fascism and antisemitism does not necessarily require large organisational capacities, big budgets or years of experience – in fact, even the smallest event can make a big difference, and all that is needed from you is creativity and the will to act.

 

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