We welcome the public to tour our permanent exhibition which is open daily except for Saturdays and Jewish holidays.
At the DHGC, we are dedicated to creating a more caring and just society in which human rights and diversity are respected and valued.
We are a Centre teaching not only about the inhumanities of the Holocaust and other genocides but we also teach about the consequences of prejudice, racism and discrimination, promoting an understanding of the dangers of indifference, apathy and silence.
The permanent Holocast exhibition has moving stories of some who survived and many who did not.
Other genocides are also exhibited from time to time. For example The 1974, Tutsi slaughter.
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