Friday 20 April 2018

Unite Against Fascism Educational trip to Poland and Auschwitz 2018 – November 8 -12 November

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Unite Against Fascism (UAF) is again organising an educational trip to the Auschwitz concentration camp and the city of Krakow in Poland. The trip aims to offer a greater understanding of the Holocaust.


Trade unionists, students and teachers are particularly welcome. There will be guided tours and talks about the Holocaust, Jewish resistance and fighting fascism today.


We will be based in the historic city of Krakow, a city that ranks alongside Prague and Vienna as one of Central Europe’s gems. Until the Second World War, Krakow was one of the great Jewish centres in Europe. The dates are from November 8th to November 12th.



Between June 1942 and March 1943 the Nazis “cleared out” the ghetto and sent all the inhabitants to extermination camps. The story of the ghetto’s liquidation and Plaszow concentration camp was made famous by Steven Spielberg’s incredible film Schindler’s List.


As well as the trip to the Auschwitz concentration camp and Birkenau death camp, the itinerary includes a guided tour of the Jewish Quarter (Kazimierz) and the Krakow ghetto ending at the Schindler Factory. In the evening we will hold lectures such as “Understanding the Holocaust” and “Fighting fascism today”. Here’s the late and much missed Michele Hanson on last year’s trip,



The trip costs £235 waged or £150 student/unwaged for 4 nights. This includes a central hotel, the guided tour of the Jewish quarter and ghetto, lectures and the coach trip to Auschwitz.

You will need to book your own flights. Ryanair, EasyJet and BA have flights to Krakow from a number of UK airports.


To secure your place please pay a deposit of £50 to UAF, you may wish to pay on Eventbrite, here,

The full balance is required at latest by 20 September.


Please note:

  • You will have to pay for your own flights and meals, other than breakfast
  • Anyone under 16 must be accompanied by a guardian
  • We recommend you get travel insurance


We recommend that you come on the whole trip but if you are only able to come for fewer days please contact UAF and we will notify you of the reduced price. Likewise, if you wish to add extra days, we can quote you a revised cost (UAF can be contacted via or phone 0208 971 7426)

Ask your trade union (or student union) if they may be prepared to make a contribution towards the trip as many trade unions have sponsored members to attend on previous trips.

There is a model motion for trade union branches available at

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