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EU Handbook for the practical use of the IHRA working definition of antisemitism published

Since the adoption of the IHRA’s working definition of antisemitism in 2016, this practical tool has been used to raise awareness of the various ways antisemitism can manifest itself, helping...

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Creating an online map of Holocaust killing sites in Ukraine

There are over 1500 Holocaust killing sites across Ukraine, scattered through the woods, villages and towns of the country, but many of these sites are not listed in existing catalogs, and are only...

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Recommendations for Countering Holocaust Distortion to be launched in 2021

Over the course of 2020, the dangers of Holocaust distortion have been more starkly outlined than ever. Whether at protests against coronavirus measures or in antisemitic campaigns on social media...

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One year of implementing the IHRA’s Recommendations for Teaching and Learning about the Holocaust

Holocaust education helps create a strong foundation for democratic societies and for combatting hateful ideologies. One year after the adoption of the Recommendations for Teaching and Learning about...

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Leipzig Online Plenary IHRA successfully concluded

Guided by the theme “working and remembering in a digital context,” the 2020 Leipzig Plenary brought together over 250 delegates from the IHRA’s 34 Member, 1 Liaison and 7 Observer Countries, as well...

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Voices for a Better World: The Legacy of Testimony screening at Leipzig Plenary

The IHRA Leipzig Plenary meetings are featuring an exclusive screening of a new film by the Association of Jewish Refugees (AJR), Voices for a Better World: The Legacy of Testimony, a project...

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Arolsen Archives: "Crowdsourcing is crowd wisdom at its best"

Throughout 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has posed a significant challenge to commemoration of the Holocaust. In response, the IHRA Chair Ambassador Michaela Küchler has announced the German Presidency...

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IHRA Leipzig Online Plenary Meetings underway

For the second time this year, over 250 experts, members of civil society and government representatives are meeting around a virtual table to discuss the latest developments in the field of Holocaust...

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International panel on Holocaust education hosted by US State Department

"The Holocaust, like any event, was not inevitable. It was the result of choices made. So how do we unpack and understand that?" asked Jennifer Ciardelli of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum...

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Marking the International Day against Fascism and Antisemitism in Croatia

To commemorate the International Day against Fascism and Antisemitism and on the occasion of the remembrance of the November Pogrom, the Centre for Promotion of Tolerance and Preservation of Holocaust...

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