'Stories are what connect us, and remind us hope is possible.

‘Just as I was able to honour Lale Sokolov, I would like to extend this opportunity to others to share their family stories and join a global conversation of hope.’

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The Wind Phone

By Laura Imai Messina

For thousands of years, there have been little-known places in distant corners of the earth that humans have been afraid to enter – portals between the realm of the living and the realm of the dead. Many of them are in caves, holes in the ground or at the tops…

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History and Memory

By Heather Morris

Cape Town, South Africa. I return from an evening at the Franschhoek Literary Festival. Before lying down for a much-needed sleep I take a quick look at my emails. One grabs my eye. A gentleman writes to me from his mother’s home. He travelled to Israel from his home in…

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On Hope and War

By Dr. Rola Hallam

War and hope are not natural bedfellows and yet the prelude to Syria’s war was rooted in just that – hope. As thousands of people rose up across the country against their oppressive regime, it was hope that coursed through their veins. They were finally released from the shackles of…

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Heart-breaking, inspiring, unforgettable. If you have a true story of hope to which you have a strong personal connection – your own, a family member, a loved one – and wish to share it, we’d love to hear from you.

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Cilka’s Journey: The sequel to The Tattooist of Auschwitz

‘She was the bravest person I ever met’  – Lale Sokolov, the Tattooist of Auschwitz. Discover the sequel to the international bestseller. Available now.

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