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Sunday, June 7 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Perspectives from two sides of the ditch: a conversation with two survivors

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Both Guta Goldstein and Bob Narev are survivors—Guta of Auschwitz and Bob of Theresienstadt. Both were refugees and found new homes on either side of the Ditch. They each now are dedicated to Holocaust education. These two inspirational figures have both shared and different experiences. Be prepared to be awed and inspired as Deborah Hart interviews Guta and Bob, who will explore their lives, their experiences as refugees, Holocaust education and their hopes for the future.

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Deborah Hart

Deborah Hart is a panel member of the Human Rights Review Tribunal and the director of ASH NZ. She has had extensive community involvement and is currently the chair of the Holocaust Centre of New Zealand. Mum to three adult boys, Deborah lives in Auckland with her partner.
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Robert Narev

Robert Narev ONZ was born in Eschwege, Germany. From 1942-1945 he was in Theresienstadt. He arrived in NZ in 1947, has been married for 61 years to Freda and has three children and eight grandchildren. Bob has served on numerous community organisations and speaks regularly to groups... Read More →
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Guta Goldstein

Guta Goldstein is a survivor of the Lodz Ghetto and concentration camps Auschwitz, Bergen-Belsen and Meltheuer. She is the sole survivor of her immediate family. She was a displaced person for 4½ years before migrating to Melbourne in 1949. She is a guide at the Melbourne Holocaust... Read More →

Sunday June 7, 2020 11:00am - 12:00pm AEST