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Photographs that the Jews took with them

Jews have lived in Poland for 900 years. Some polish villages and towns are sacred for religious Jews. For others,...
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Photographs that the Jews took with them

”Humanity in the World” Stockholm, Sweden 2011

A continual permanent yearly activity called “Människan i världen” (Humanity in the World) The world’s best documentary films about humanity’s...
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”Humanity in the World” Stockholm, Sweden 2011

ICF has worked since its establishment in 1980 to safeguard human values, tolerance, democracy, and the equality of all people both locally and internationally.

We act against prejudice, discrimination, racism, anti-Semitism, and contempt for mankind, and we work to attain diversity, integration with the majority population, and respect for mankind.

ICF includes both ethnic and multi-cultural associations. We work with a broad base to make our key issues visible. We initiate debates, inform decision makers, participate in media, arrange conferences and seminars, and steer various social and cultural projects.

“They left more here than they had”
– Henryk Grynberg

Presentation of film at the European Solidarity Centre in Gdansk, July 2017. What happened in March 1968 in Poland, and why in 1969 about 3000 Polish Jews immigrated to Sweden. Their lives 50 years later.

Presentation of film at the Riksdag 2016, Leo Kantor’s documentary “In search of a lost landscape”.

Leonid Spiro and family near Warszawa 1928. Made redundant from the National Theatre after a wave of anti-Semitism, the so-called events of March 68 . After 1969 he played the violin at the Royal Opera in Stockholm.

Poems of Czeslaw Milosz read by the translator Jurek Hirszberg. The Jewish Community in Malmö, February 2017.

Collection of photos for the Holocaust Museum in Washington USA, Stockholm 2010. Artur Zyto from Stockholm, left Poland in 1969.

City Słupsk in Poland 2018.

Legenadary dissident Polish poet Antoni Slonimski at Arlanda in Stockholm 1973.

Card from Getto in Warsaw to Leonid Spiro, then in a labour camp in Russia.

The writer Czeslaw Milosz, at the Grand-Hotel in Stockholm the day before the Nobel Prize for literature was awarded in 1980.


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