On Tuesday 4 May, the TJ Ryan Foundation partnered with the Queensland Museum, the Australian Institute for Holocaust and Genocide Studies and other organisations to launch the travelling exhibition, 'registered, persecuted, annihilated: The sick and the disabled under National Socialism'.
"The exhibition is specifically aimed at a wide audience. It focuses on the question of the value of life as a guiding principle and considers the intellectual and institutional preconditions of the killings, summarizes the events from exclusion and forced sterilizations up to the Holocaust, provides examples of victims, perpetrators, accomplices and opponents and finally looks into how the events have been dealt with from 1945 until the present day."
For further event details, see the launch invitation linked below. The exhibition runs from 30 April - 9 May at the Queensland Museum; see the flyer linked below for full program details.