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I visited Auschwitz as a guest of the Holocaust Educational Trust in March 2010. Auschwitz is actually made up of three camps: Auschwitz I was a concentration camp where Jews were housed as prisoners; Auschwitz II (also known as Birkenau) was a death camp; and Auschwitz III which was a series of factories making up a labour camp. (See video)
The Wave was a protest march organised by the Stop Climate Chaos Coalition in London on Saturday December 5, 2009. 50,000 people took to the streets to call on Prime Minister Gordon Brown to tackle environment concerns at the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen. Click here to see video.

Dave Walker is the cartoonist for the Church Times and Youthwork Magazine. Interview from March 12, 2009.

In November 2008 artist Martin Firrell was given the chance by St Paul's Cathedral to project a series of words and phrases onto its famous dome for a project called 'The Question Mark Inside' which sought to answer the question, 'What are the things that make modern life meaningful and what does St Paul mean in that context?' The answers were submitted by people from all walks of life in English, Sanskrit, Arabic, Portuguese and French, among others.
On the 60th anniversary of the creation of the modern state of Israel, protestors marched through London in support of the displaced Palestinian population. A representative from BMS World Mission was there to show solidarity for Palestinian Christians who suffer under the Israeli occupation.
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