The IHRA’s Working Groups and Committees publish educational recommendations to help guide teachers and organizations
The IHRA is the only intergovernmental organization mandated to focus solely on Holocaust-related issues
The IHRA's Member Countries have pledged to commemorate the victims of the Holocaust, honoring their legacy and their memory
2020 IHRA Ministerial Declaration
The 2020 IHRA Ministerial Declaration was adopted early this year. Learn more about how this important document guides the IHRA and its Member Countries in their work in Holocaust remembrance, education and research, and against antisemitism, antigypsyism and other forms of discrimination.
IHRA Statement on Rehabilitation
Adopted at the 2020 IHRA Berlin Plenary during the German Presidency
The IHRA condemns all attempts to rehabilitate the reputations of persons who were complicit in the crimes of the Holocaust and the genocide of the Roma.
Our Focus Areas
The IHRA brings together experts in Holocaust education, research and remembrance, including museum, memorial and education professionals, historians, archaeologists, and specialists in genocide studies and other disciplines. The multidisciplinary groups that result are able to focus on specific priority areas, allowing for the IHRA to put forth meaningful policy recommendations.
On the night of 2 August 1944, the “family camp” for Roma at Auschwitz-Birkenau was liquidated, and thousands of remaining men, women and children held there were gassed. Today, 2 August marks the...
The language of the 2020 IHRA Ministerial Declaration leaves no room for misunderstanding. The Genocide of the Roma – perpetrated by Nazi Germany and those fascist and extreme nationalist partners and...