Holocaust, Genocide and Crimes against Humanity

The Beginning of the End: Klooga. Why we are still talking about it?

The Klooga concentration camp was one of the main camps of the Holocaust in Estonia in 1943-1944, resulting in the systematic murder of approximately 2400 prisoners on 19 September 1944. In order to...

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Mapping the Holocaust: Preservation of the Topovske Šupe camp

This scientific research project has developed a permanent record of the Topovske Supe concentration camp. The project team accomplished this  by mapping, collecting archival and other documentation...

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Shoah Atrocities Mapping -- Ukraine

This project will create an interactive online map of Holocaust killing sites in Ukraine, which will include sites identified through archival and on-site research. Highly relevant to the IHRA Grant...

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82 Names: Syria, Please Don’t Forget Us

The documentary film 82 Names: Syria, Please Don’t Forget Us traces Mansour Omari, a survivor of torture and imprisonment in Syria, through his quest for memory and justice. When Mansour was released...

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Romanian National Expert Network on Genocide Prevention

On 27 September 2018, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania hosted an event to mark the official launch of the Romanian National Expert Network on Genocide Prevention and Multidisciplinary...

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Exhibition and Symposium on the Èvian Conference

The Memorial to the German Resistance and the Center for Research on Antisemitism at the Technical University of Berlin has a special exhibition called “Closed Border. The 1938 international refugee...

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Conference on Genocide and Warning Signs

Humanity in Action (Denmark) is pleased to announce the conference "Pre-Genocide. Warnings and Readiness to Protect" to be held from 26 - 28 September 2018.
 
 The conference reflects on the question...

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The IHRA supports development of digital interactive educational tool on Holocaust and other genocides

With the help of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) Grant funding stream, Camp des Milles has developed an online tool entitled ‘Three Steps from Racism to Genocide’ which allows...

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Sharing best practices and war crime remembrance

This project arranged two subsequent summer academies, with the intention to create an environment for participants to share their knowledge and experience on critical issues of the Holocaust...

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The Raphael Lemkin Seminar for Genocide Prevention

This project aimed to create a genocide prevention-sensitive international community by nurturing a network in which government officials, NGO workers, and social science researchers identified best...

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