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Mihai Chioveanu (1968 - 2019)

It was with deep sadness that the IHRA learned that IHRA Delegate Prof. Mihai Chioveanu passed away. Prof. Chioveanu was dedicated to the study of the history of the Holocaust in Romania, both from a...

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Exhibition opening: “Stolen Memories”

Friday, 17th May at 6 p.m., Town hall of Mondorf-les-Bains In cooperation with the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance - 2019 Luxembourg Chairmanship, the Arolsen Archives, the Mondorf...

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Citizen Dialogue: Forgetting – A Threat to Peace in Europe?

Ahead of the European elections, a public debate organized by the Representation of the European Commission in Luxembourg entitled “Citizen Dialogue: Forgetting – A Threat to Peace in Europe?” dealing...

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Film Archives of the City of Luxembourg: Cinema-Concert of the film “Die Stadt ohne Juden” – The City without Jews feat. The Silent Movers

Tuesday, 14 May 2019 at 8:30 pm, Cinémathèque of Luxembourg In cooperation with: International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance - 2019 Luxembourg Chairmanship, Austrian Embassy in Luxembourg,...

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Jan Munk (1946 - 2019)

It was with deep sadness that the IHRA learned that IHRA Delegate Jan Munk passed away on 12 May. Jan Munk was Chairman of the Prague Jewish Community, former Director of the Terezín Memorial and a...

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Annual Commemoration for Roma and Sinti in Salzburg

On 26 April, 2019, the annual commemoration ceremony for the Roma and Sinti of Salzburg, murdered by the National Socialists, took place at the memorial Ignaz Rieder Kai 21. During the Second World...

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International Forum on the Kindertransport

Eighty years after the British operation to provide a safe haven for 10,000 unaccompanied child refugees from Nazism, how should the Kindertransport be remembered? This is the central question that...

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IHRA Project: Memory Laws and Safeguarding the Historical Record

In March, 2019, the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) began its project on the topic of Memory laws’ under its five-year priority theme ‘Countering Holocaust Distortion and...

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First trilateral educational seminar for history teachers from North Macedonia, Albania and Serbia held in Skopje

Around forty-five history teachers from North Macedonia, Albania and Serbia participated in the first trilateral educational seminar “The Holocaust as a starting point: comparing and sharing” held in...

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IHRA Project: Recommendations on Teaching and Learning about the Holocaust

One essential tool created and promoted by the IHRA’s network of experts is a set of recommendations for educators and educational policymakers to consider when developing effective curricula and...

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