From the hmd.org.uk website:
For Holocaust Memorial Day 2014, we will learn of the multitude of Journeys that people were forced to undertake, in fear of what would be found at the end. We will do so at events that bring us together with our neighbours, that strengthen bonds of respect, and that enable us to pledge to take a step towards creating a safer, better future.
While the political crisis is ongoing in Thailand, this project asks people to think about their own journeys and empathise with those of others. Some in Thailand will be going back to their home towns to vote next week and some have been coming to Bangkok to protest. We hope that things will be peaceful in the coming week.
The value of remembering events like the Holocaust is to respect the humanity that we all share. At times when emotions run high and the dialogue becomes heated, respect and decency often disappear. It would be great to have some people from Thailand participate, click the picture to contribute to the HMD's Journeys project.