The International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance has decided to pause the funding of the 2018 Call for Applications for external projects while it aligns its grant strategy with its organizational strategy, which focuses on countering distortion and safeguarding the historical record. We will continue to respect the financial commitments that have already been made for external projects.

We are committed to ensuring that the organization’s financial resources are spent responsibly and that projects are monitored and evaluated in line with best practices to ensure their effectiveness and sustainability. Revising the Grant Programme in line with the organizational strategy will help to target spending and increase the impact of the IHRA’s activities.

We hope to reopen our grant programme in September 2018.

Questions?

All enquiries can be directed to the IHRA Permanent Office at info@holocaustremembrance.com.

Fatima, Roma survivor born in 1930, was deported to the Jasenovac Camp. She was interviewed by Yahad - In Unum in Zagreb in May 2015. Yahad - In Unum / Slawomir Nowakowski