Learn about Luxembourg’s efforts to advance education, remembrance, and research on the Holocaust and genocide of the Roma.

Joined the IHRA


International Holocaust Remembrance Day

27 January

See a list of Luxembourg's delegation members

Anne Goedert (Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs) – Head of Delegation

Laurent Moyse (Journalist and author) – Academic Working Group

Frank Schroeder (National Resistance Museum) – Museums and Memorials Working Group

Olivier Worré (Ministry of State) – Education Working Group

In Luxembourg, interest in the Holocaust is growing constantly. The intense networking among IHRA member countries has contributed strongly to Luxembourg re-evaluating its focus on the Holocaust. The report on Jewish assets has drawn public attention to the subject and has raised new questions about the involvement of Luxembourgers in the Holocaust and the role of Luxembourg civil servants in deportations.

In 2004, the European Ministers of Education established a special Holocaust Memorial Day, in which schools play an eminent role. Furthermore, the government recently made the decision to erect a dedicated monument to commemorate the victims of the Holocaust.

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Déclaration de Stockholm

Les membres du Groupe de travail sont engagés envers la Déclaration du Forum international de Stockholm sur l’Holocauste, qui se lit comme suit.

Working Definitions & Charters

La définition opérationnelle de l’antisémitisme

L’Alliance internationale pour la mémoire de l’Holocauste (IHRA) rassemble des gouvernements et des experts dans le but de renforcer et de promouvoir l’éducation, le travail de mémoire et la recherche sur l’Holocauste et de mettre en œuvre les engagements de la déclaration de Stockholm de 2000.