The Government-appointed Holocaust Commission
is scheduled this year to erect a permanent Memorial
to victims of the European Nazi regimes of the Second
World War. It will be located in the Victoria Gardens,
close to Parliament in central London.
Although both the Government and the Commission itself
have turned a deaf ear to requests that Roma representatives
be appointed to the Commission, and its successor the
Holocaust Memorial Trust, UK equality legislation requires
that a public contract such as that pending for the design
of the Monument, should be open to artists of every
nation, ethnicity and gender.
Should there be within the Khetanes collective any
artist who would like to enter the design competition
please reply to this email. Your interest will be conveyed
to the Commission with our endorsement.
chair: Commission for a Democratic Transition
[co-author of the first standard work on the Roma genocide:
Destiny of Europe's Gypsies, Heinemann 1972]
By Dale Farm
If you are interested email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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