You are warmly invited to join us and many other volunteers all over the world in building a digital memorial to the victims and survivors of Nazism. To give you the opportunity to find out more about the project and get to know our new #everynamecounts tool, we are hosting an online event, which will take place on Tuesday, January 24, 2023, at 6:00 p.m.

This is how you can take part:

We are launching a digital #everynamecounts challenge in the week around January 27, 2023, International Holocaust Remembrance Day. By typing out the names of concentration camp prisoners from original documents and transferring them to our online archive, you will be helping to build the world’s largest digital memorial to the victims and survivors of Nazism.

And this is what the challenge is all about:

We are putting 30,000 prisoner registration cards from the Stutthof concentration camp online. You can be one of the many volunteers from around the world who will help us digitize this evidence of Nazi crimes during the week of January 23–29. It only takes a few minutes to capture the information from one card. Following the launch on January 23, 2023, you will be able to participate in the challenge by going to Please give as much of your time as you can – and tell your contacts about the challenge so they can join in too and help us complete this important task.

Get involved in active rememberance of the vicitms – and take a stand for respect, diversity, and democracy. Because the reasons for persecution are not a thing of the past.

You would like to take part but still have questions?

On Tuesday, January 24, 2023, at 6:00 p.m. UTC +1, we are hosting an online event where you can find out more about our new, intuitive #everynamecounts tool and ask questions about the project.

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