“We share a commitment to throw light on the still obscured shadows of the Holocaust.”
-- Declaration of the Stockholm International Forum on the Holocaust
The 2017 Grant Call is now open. Applications can be submitted via the online application system. The deadline for opening an account and submitting a project summary and budget is 7 December 2016. Applications must be completed by 31 December 2016.
IHRA has implemented new changes to its Grant Programme 2015-2018. Learn more about IHRA’s funding policies and how you can start your application for the 2015 call now.
Salzburg Global is holding its third symposium in its Holocaust Education and Genocide Prevention series, in cooperation with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, the Austrian Future Fund, the Austrian National Fund, the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) and the Pratt Foundation.
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IHRA has funded 93 projects since the implementation of its current grant strategy in 2010. Below you will find summaries of some selected projects that reflect the wide scope of IHRA’s Grant Programme.
Click on a name to go directly to the project description, or scroll down to view them all.
At the October 2013 Plenary meeting in Toronto, IHRA established the "Yehuda Bauer Grant" in recognition of the contributions of IHRA’s Honorary Chairman. Beginning with the 2014 call for applications, IHRA will award this honor annually to an outstanding project proposal submitted through IHRA’s Grant Programme.
Prior to writing or submitting an application to IHRA’s Grant Programme, please refer to the information in the following documents. Please note that IHRA adopted a new Grant Programme 2015-2018 with some significant changes to its funding strategy. All new elements are marked in the Grant Guidelines document below.
The 2014 call for grant applications under the IHRA Grant Strategy closes on 31 January. Learn more about IHRA's Grant Programme and apply today.
The Dutch princess and former queen of the Netherlands Beatrix attended the final chord of the Requiem for Auschwitz Project on Wednesday 30 October in the Theatre of Tilburg. The Requiem is an important piece of music intended to remember all victims of Auschwitz including the Roma and Sinti who were killed during the Nazi Regime.
The 2010-2014 Grant Strategy of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) launched on 5 February 2010.
Click on a year below to expand the list of projects funded by IHRA.