A world that remembers
the Holocaust.

A world without genocide.

The IHRA is the only intergovernmental organization with a mandate focused on addressing contemporary challenges related to the Holocaust and genocide of the Roma. We foster education, remembrance, and research about what happened in the past, to build a world without genocide in the future.

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Building an international community

We bring together hundreds of people from around the world, to work together on Holocaust-related issues and solve shared challenges.

Establishing and strengthening political commitment

We keep Holocaust-related issues high on the political agenda, to ensure it is not forgotten. We build international consensus and work to inspire and develop policy changes.

Setting standards and developing tools

By creating useful tools and resources, we help people to better teach, remember, and research the Holocaust and the genocide of the Roma.

Heads of Delegation meet during the Zagreb IHRA Plenary. Credit: DarPro

What is the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance?

We are an intergovernmental organization founded to deliver on the commitments of the 2000 Stockholm Declaration and the 2020 Ministerial Declaration.

Delegates from all our Member Countries work closely together, sharing their expertise and experiences in the field. Our Member Countries are united in their determination to combat growing Holocaust distortion and antisemitism, and protect the memory of the Holocaust and genocide of the Roma.

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Our Structure

Understand how the IHRA is structured, including information about Working Groups and Committees, the Permanent Office, and the Presidency.

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Member Countries

The IHRA has 35 Member Countries and 9 Observer Countries, working together to address Holocaust-related issues.

Our Partners

We partner with other leaders in the field to maximize the impact of our work. Our Permanent International Partners (PIPs) are: the United Nations, UNESCO, the European Union, the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR), The Aroslen Archives, the Council of Europe, the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany (Claims Conference), the Global Action Against Mass Atrocity Crimes (GAAMAC), and the European Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA).

How the IHRA supports the work of others

Learn about the projects we fund

The IHRA Grant Program gives funding to impactful external projects which counter distortion or safeguard the record of the Holocaust and genocide of the Roma. This program helps strengthens the connections between institutions and gives organizations access to the IHRA network.

IHRA delegates discuss a forthcoming resource during the Dubrovnik IHRA Plenary Meetings. Credit: DarPro.

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