The memorial service mainly deals with the victims of the National Socialism. Memorial servants work at holocaust-memorials, in museums and research institutes, as for instance the “Simon Wiesenthal Centre” in Los Angeles, the Jewish Museum in Berlin, the European Roma Rights Centre in Budapest or the Yad Vashem in Jerusalem. The work at the numerous deployment sites mainly consists of the creation and organisation of tours and events, working in archives, giving lectures in universities and schools as well as discussions with contemporary witnesses and their documentation in order not to forget their experiences.
For several years memorial servants are also sent to deployment sites in former countries of refuge. of the groups of victims during the National Socialism, as for instance the Casa Stefan Zweig in Petropolis (Brasilia), the Centre for Jewish Studies in Shanghai as well as the Jewish Museum in Australia in Melbourne. During the last two centuries hundreds of young memorial servants have dealt with the history of the holocaust in 22 different countries and they have done a great contribution to the historical reappraisal as well as the understanding of victims and minorities.