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What does Remembrance mean to you?

Remembrance is universal

Remembrance means different things to different people. For us, at the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, remembrance is our day job, and our passion.

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Remembrance resources for teachers and youth leaders
Remembrance resources for teachers and youth leaders

This teaching pack encourages young people to consider what remembrance means to them, and to different communities around the world.

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What does Remembrance mean to you?

Join the conversation and tell us by posting on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #Remembranceis.

You could film a video, share a poignant photo, or tell us in your own words.

However you choose to join the conversation, you will be joining a Commonwealth-wide opportunity to share what this important theme means to us all.

Tell us what remembrance means to you

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#RemembranceIs every day

There are many reasons why we remember someone. Whether its as part of a large group on anniversaries like ANZAC Day or Remembrance Sunday, or privately on birthdays and other special occasions, Remembrance happens across the world each and every day. In our blog, we often highlight a few of the stories of Remembrance and pay tribute to those we have lost.

Read more of our Remembrance blogs