CHRISTCHURCH: Holocaust Survivor: Peter Gaspar: August 30

30 August 2017 @ 7:30 PM
Villa Maria College Auditorium
21 Peer St
Upper Riccarton, Christchurch 8041
New Zealand
Admission free: A collection will be taken to defray expenses.
Rebecca Marchand
+64 (21) 0224 2515

How I survived the Holocaust in Czechoslovakia

There will be public meetings also in Wellington and Auckland; keep an eye out on our website for notices of these events once the times and dates have been confirmed.


Peter Gaspar is a Holocaust survivor and educator, who uses his experiences to help inform young people about the dangers of prejudice and discrimination. Peter was born in Bratislava in Czechoslovakia and survived the war by going into hiding. Along with his parents, Peter was hidden for three years and then during the last six months, Peter and his mother were interned in the Terezin Concentration Camp. Peter currently volunteers with the Courage to Care program in Melbourne inspiring young people to be more accepting and tolerant. This year he will also be travelling to schools throughout New Zealand, through the HOPE Project.

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