Poster Sets

 

"Some were Neighbours: Choice, Human Behaviour, and the Holocaust"

This set of posters is based on the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum's exhibition "Some were Neighbours". The exhibition addresses one of the central questions of the Holocaust: how did it happen? The exhibition examines the role of ordinary people in the Holocaust, and the variety of motives that influenced individual choices. These influences often reflect fear, indifference, antisemitism, career concerns, community standing, peer pressure, or chances for material gain. The exhibition considers individuals who did not give in to the opportunities and temptations to betray their fellow human beings, reminding us that there is an alternative to complicity in evil acts - even in extraordinary times. The exhibition was created and curated by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. The posters are available in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Kiswahili, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish in A1, 2x3, and roll-up format. Each set includes 23 different posters.

 

“The Butterfly Project: Remembering the Children of the Holocaust”

The Holocaust and the United Nations Outreach Programme has partnered with the Holocaust Museum Houston to produce a set of 14 posters based on the Museum's exhibition "The Butterfly Project: Remembering the Children of the Holocaust" for display by the global network of United Nations information centres. The exhibition outlines the impact of the Holocaust on children, and showcases an educational initiative called "The Butterfly Project" developed by Holocaust Museum Houston to teach this history to young people, encourage them to remember the 1.5 million children who perished and to stand up against hatred and prejudice. The posters are available in all six United Nations official languages.


 

“State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda”

The Holocaust and the United Nations Outreach Programme has partnered with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum to produce a set of 16 posters based on the Museum's exhibition "State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda" for display by the global network of United Nations information centres. The exhibition examines how the Nazis used propaganda to win broad voter support in Germany’s young democracy after the First World War, implement radical programmes under the party’s dictatorship in the 1930s, and justify war and mass murder. The exhibition emphasises why the issue of propaganda matters and challenges to question, analyse, and seek the truth. The posters and a lesson plan are available in all 6 United Nations official languages (Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian, Spanish) as well as Dutch, Kiswahili and Ukrainian. Download Lesson plan for "State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda" poster set here.



 

"A Brief History of the Holocaust"

The set of 12 posters presents an overview of the Holocaust in the context of the Second World War and the founding of the United Nations. The posters are available in English, French, Russian and Spanish.

 


“The Holocaust – Keeping the Memory Alive”

The second educational tool titled "The Holocaust – Keeping the Memory Alive" features the 12 best posters out of more than 150 submitted by designers and students of design from Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, China, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Israel, Peru, Poland, Russian Federation, Serbia and Slovenia. The theme of the competition, which was implemented with support from the global network of United Nations Information Centres, reflects our shared responsibility to remember and educate about this tragedy. The exhibit is a joint initiative of Yad Vashem and the Holocaust and the United Nations Outreach Programme. The competition is sponsored by The Asper Foundation and endorsed by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance.

Design Poster Contest Winners 2017-2018: First Place: Julia Brancaglione Cristofi (Brazil), Second Place: Yael Boverman (Israel), Third Place: Adelina Shaydullina (Russia).
The finalists are Vera Peskovets (Russia), Dora Ferenczy (Hungary), Eric Flavio (Indonesia), Panna Petro (Hungary), Angel Vega (Peru), Liron Tevet (Israel), Yoav Kahana (Russia), Ekaterina Kalujnaya (Russia), Hila ilchek & Rotem Gezunterman (Israel).