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Learn about recent IHRA activities and upcoming events.

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25 Jan 2024 Time to read: 6 mins

Safeguarding the Record during the Holocaust: A testament to courage and humanity

Holocaust survivor Sidney Taussig’s stories are remarkable in their bravery and resilience.

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25 Jan 2024 Time to read: 3 min

Shaping the future this Holocaust Remembrance Day 

Read about the IHRA’s activities around International Holocaust Remembrance Day 2024.

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23 Jan 2024 Time to read: 3 min

Holocaust sites under threat to benefit from new IHRA Charter for Safeguarding Sites

The IHRA has launched a new resource: the IHRA Charter for Safeguarding Sites.

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30 Nov 2023 Time to read: 5 mins

Securing the future of remembrance at the Zagreb IHRA Plenary

Held at a critical turning point for the future of Holocaust remembrance, the need to carry on the stories and courage of survivors guided 240 experts, political representatives, and representatives of international organizations and civil society throughout their meetings at the Zagreb plenary.

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16 Jun 2023 Time to read: 4 mins

Honoring Professor Yehuda Bauer at the Dubrovnik Plenary

The Dubrovnik Plenary marked the retirement of IHRA Honorary Chair, Professor Yehuda Bauer, at the age of 97. He was one of the founders of the IHRA and the author of the 2000 Stockholm Declaration.

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01 Mar 2023 Time to read: 4 mins

Croatia takes over IHRA Presidency from Sweden

Under the leadership of Terezija Gras and Sara Lustig, the overarching theme of the Croatian Presidency will be the Future of Remembrance, while the visual identity of the Presidency is #FORtheIHRA.

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01 Dec 2022 Time to read: 4 mins

Together for Impact at the Gothenburg Plenary

The IHRA plenary inspired exchanges and developments in the field of Holocaust remembrance, education, and research under the Swedish Presidency’s motto, “Together for Impact.”

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23 Jun 2022 Time to read: 3 mins

The IHRA addresses the situation in Ukraine at Stockholm plenary meetings

Guided by the motto, “Together for impact,” more than 200 experts, political representatives, and representatives of international organizations and civil society met in Stockholm over the IHRA plenary in Stockholm to advance Holocaust remembrance.

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10 Nov 2021 Time to read: 2 mins

The IHRA launches new resources and grows its membership at Thessaloniki Plenary

Held on the anniversary of the 1938 November Pogroms, the Thessaloniki meetings focused on countering Holocaust distortion, facilitating access to Holocaust collections, and growing the IHRA membership.

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