Genocide of the Roma

IHRA Chair's Statement on Comments of Italian Minister of Interior, Matteo Salvini

"As Chair of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA), I was deeply troubled by the comments made by Matteo Salvini, Italian Minister of Interior, on 18 June 2018 in which he suggested...

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A Place of Remembrance at Lety u Pisku

On 25 April, 2018, Martina Maschke, Chair of the IHRA Committee on the Genocide of the Roma visited Lety u Pisku to commend the Czech Government on the removal of a pig farm from the site of the...

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The Tragedy of Roma People and the Memory of It in Ukraine, Moldova, Poland and Germany

The project conducted research on Porajmos history, including the conditions that contributed to its organization and implementation. It resulted in a mobile exhibition (travelling to Poland, Moldova...

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Research on Roma Deportations and Mass Killings During World War II in Eastern Europe

Yahad-In Unum's researchers are dedicated to uncovering the genocide of the Roma in the former territories of the USSR and Romania (Romania, Moldova, and Transnistria). This project aimed to...

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International Conference on Teaching Material on the Roma Genocide

This project introduced teaching materials on the genocide of the Roma in IHRA Member Countries as well as in other countries. Seminars were targeting educational multipliers in order to discuss...

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New media series about Roma identity and the Porajmos / Samudaripen

The genocide of the Roma and Sinti during World War II, also known as Porajmos or Samudaripen, was planned and and carried out by the Nazi Germany and its allies around Europe with the aim to...

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Roma and Resistance during the Holocaust and in its aftermath - Research, Education, Remembrance

The project aimed to provide a new perspective on the Roma in relation to the genocide of the Roma, encouraging a shift from their image as victims lacking agency, to actors shaping history. This is...

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Research on the deportation and mass killings of Roma people during World War II in Eastern Europe

This project was a continuation of previous year's efforts to investigate and establish evidence of the fate of the Roma during World War II in Romania and Moldova, which was co-funded by the IHRA...

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Discovering Roma Genocides in Central Europe

Drawing on the successful results of two previous IHRA-funded projects, in 2014 the Milan Šimečka Foundation (Slovakia) initiated a network for educational, remembrance and research activities in...

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Education for Remembrance of the Roma Genocide

The project aimed to develop strategies for Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD), with a focus on the genocide of the Roma. Through the creation of an interactive online platform and an “educational suitcase”...

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