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From 2-3 December IHRA is holding a roundtable in Hungary on challenges related to preparing Holocaust Memorial Days.
While IHRA supports the EU decision to ensure the protection of personal data, it is crucial that the right to be forgotten does not conflict with the responsibility to remember.
On 5 November IHRA's 31 member countries accepted Switzerland's candidacy for the chairmanship of the IHRA in 2017.
On 5 November the IHRA successfully concluded its second bi-annual Plenary meeting under the Hungarian Chairmanship. The meetings were held from 2-5 November 2015 in Debrecen.
The Committee on the Genocide of the Roma is pleased to present an annotated bibliography on the genocide of the Roma, with more than 1400 titles, and an overview of international organisations working on historical and contemporary issues connected to the genocide of the Roma.
On 6 November IHRA held a conference on „The Holocaust in Public Discourse. Use and Abuse“ in Budapest, Hungary.
On 1 October, IHRA Chair, Szabolcs Takács attended the EU colloquium entitled "A fundamental rights based approach to tackling antisemitic and anti-Muslim hatred in Europe: specificities, commonalities and responses”.
Take a look at the conferences and activities IHRA has planned for 2015/2016.
IHRA's Professional Developent seminar took place in Moldova from 24-26 September .
IHRA Honorary Chairman, Professor Yehuda Bauer, has issued the following statement: "The current refugee crisis, which has led to a tremendous number of refugees arriving in Europe, will undoubtedly affect the work of IHRA.