In the joint project of the Centropa, Haver, Uccu, the Tevan Foundation, and the Wesley School, the exhibition made with the work of the You Belong! - You Belong! and the ELTE Trefort Ágoston Secondary School from Budapest was opened in Ózd. The students made life interviews with two Holocaust survivors, and they adapted their story into an exhibition. Béla Danyi arrived to Auschwitz as a Roma, and Olga Sólyom survived the terrors hiding in Budapest and later in a star house.

It was an honor for us that Swedish writer Majgull Axelsson took part in the exhibition opening, presented the short summary of her new book (titled: My name is not Miriam) and signed some copies for us.

We're very grateful for the interest of the participants!

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