Echo Eternal is a commemorative arts engagement programme inspired by Holocaust survivor testimony to promote respect and understanding between different communities.

We exist to respect and honour the truth of survivor testimony.

We use the testimonies of Holocaust survivors to engage young people directly with living history. We use live performance, exhibition and film to commemorate and pay tribute to this history.

We work with young people in schools to inspire authentic responses to survivor testimony. The testimonies become the inspiration for the schools’ responses through artistic expression, conceived and delivered by the pupils, forming a series of survivor ‘echoes’.



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Rockwood Academy and Nansen Primary School
May 2020

Challenge Hatred

April 2020


Arena Academy City Academy
April 2020

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