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23.01.2017

The Norwegian Government's action plan against antisemitism 2016-2020 (launched in October 2016) is now available in English.

26.09.2014

The conference «Memory and Learning in a Changing World» was held at the Falstad Centre in Norway, 15-17 September.

06.09.2013

The conference "Crossing Borders" is taking place at the Falstad Centre in Norway from September 4 - 6 2013.

26.04.2013

The Museum of the History of Polish Jews officially opened on 19 April 2013 on the site of the former Warsaw Ghetto. 

14.12.2012

On Monday, 26 November 2012, Norway commemorated the first deportation from Oslo harbor of 532 Jews to Auschwitz 70 years ago.

30.01.2012

Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg apologized for the role that Norway played in deporting Norwegian Jews during his speech marking International Holocaust Remembrance Day on 27 January.

07.12.2009

Dear Friends,

The second and last Plenary meeting under the Norwegian Chairmanship has come to an end. Before we adjourn the meeting, allow me to share with you some personal reflections on where the ITF is today and some of the future challenges it will face.

07.12.2009

Rita Ottervik, the Mayor of Trondheim, Norway, gave a speech to the ITF on the occasion of the opening of the ITF Plenary session on 3 December 2009.

09.10.2009

In this international conference, located at the Falstad Memorial in the surroundings of the former SS-Camp Falstad, experts from the Task Force and other institutions gather to discuss contemporary challenges and experiences in Holocaust-related memorial sites and museums.

06.07.2009

Professor Yehuda Bauer, Israel, was awarded the Royal Norwegian Order of Merit by His Majesty King Harald the Fifth of Norway during the meetings of the Holocaust Task Force (ITF) in Oslo 22 - 25 June 2009.

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