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Recommendations & Guidelines

FAQs: Data Protection Regulations and Archival Access to Holocaust Collections

These FAQs help advance open access to Holocaust documentation as it relates to the GDPR.

07 Dec 2023 Time to read: 3 mins

The IHRA welcomes GAAMAC as a Permanent International Partner

At the IHRA Plenary Session in Zagreb on 30 November 2023, IHRA Member Countries admitted GAAMAC as a Permanent International Partner. GAAMAC is a global network of states, civil society and academic institutions that seek to promote the establishment of national architectures and policies for the prevention of atrocity crimes.  


2020 IHRA Ministerial Declaration

These 14 measures underpin the ultimate objective of the IHRA: to ensure the world remembers the Holocaust and works toward a world without genocide.


Stockholm Declaration

The founding document of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance, the Stockholm Declaration outlines the principles that guide the organization and its Member Countries.

Working Definitions & Charters

Working definition of antigypsyism/anti-Roma discrimination

Read the full text of the IHRAs non-legally binding working definition of antigypsyism/anti-Roma discrimination and learn more about this important tool with the FAQs.

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.


Declaração Ministerial de 2020

A Aliança Internacional para a Memória do Holocausto une governos e especialistas para fortalecer, avançar e promover a educação, a memória e a investigação do Holocausto em todo o mundo.

23 Nov 2023 Time to read: 1 min

Croatian Olympic Committee adopts IHRA working definitions

The HOC's adoption of the IHRA Working Definitions is part of its Future of Remembrance initiative, which aims to fight against attitudes of intolerance, discrimination, and exclusion through and in sport. 

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