Frank Furedi on a brilliant film about one man’s search for meaning.
Survivors’ children need to free themselves from their parents’ past.
Answer: trying to ban alleged Holocaust deniers such as Dieudonné.
History, including the history of the Holocaust, should be determined in open, public debate, not in the courts.
Comic novel Hope: A Tragedy, featuring an old, foul-mouthed Anne Frank living in upstate New York, makes serious points about the Holocaust.
Must-reads from the past week
Legal principles have been ditched in a bid to sustain the Holocaust as an ever-present moral imperative for today.
Holocaust Memorial Day is an opportunity for all sorts of groups and institutions to dress up as morally virtuous.
Banning the diary from schools because she wrote about sex is bizarre. But so are the attempts to turn it into a guide to life.
Holocaust Memorial Day rips the slaughter of millions out of its historical context to teach us that we are all capable of evil.
An academic who specialises in anti-Semitism responds to Frank Furedi’s essay on 21st-century anti-Jewish sentiment.