General Assembly

„I don’t want our past to become the future of our children“
Walne zgromadzenie MKO

These were the words which the President of the International Auschwitz Committee (IAC), Mr. Roman Kent (New York), addressed to the participants of the General Assembly of the International Auschwitz Committee, which took place at the International Youth Meeting Centre in Oswiecim/Auschwitz (IYMC) from August 29th-30th.


Roma Genocide

Remembrance Day

Tag des Gedenkens

On August 2nd 2017 a ceremony took place in the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum to commemorate the 73rd anniversary of the liquidation of the so-called “Gypsy Camp”. For this occasion – apart from a delegation of the Central Council of German Sinti and Roma- survivors of the camp, representatives of the polish state, ambassadors and members of Sinti & Roma associations from different countries, as well as a delegation from the International Youth Meeting Centre in Oswiecim/Auschwitz came to Birkenau.


„Light in the Darkness”

International Dance Theatre

Light in the Darkness

Summer is the time of sunny weather, good mood, travelling, new interesting acquaintances and experiences. And all this one could surely find in the international project “Light in the Darkness”, organized on 22nd -29th July by the International Youth Meeting Centre in cooperation with Tanzendes Theater e.V. from Wolfsburg (Germany), Students’ sports club “Jocker” by the Complex of Secondary Schools Nr 1 in Oświęcim, and Gymnasium-Boarding School-Dance School „Prolisok” in Kropyvnytskyi (Ukraine).


Meeting on the Baltic

Meeting on the Baltic

On the 24th of June, as part of the Tauron Life Festival, a conference entitled "The Community of Diversity, Cultural Heritage of the Baltic States" and the Painters-Performers Workshop entitled "Meeting on the Baltic" took place at the IYMC.



of the first transport of Poles to Auschwitz

77.rocznica pierwszego transportu

On the 14th of June an IYMC delegation took part in celebrations commemorating the 77th anniversary of the first transport of Poles to the German Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz.


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