The IHRA produces reports on emerging issues relating to Holocaust education, research and remembrance.

A participant takes notes at the IHRA conference "Refugee Policies from 1933 until Today: Challenges and Responsibilities" in February 2017. NABIS Photographers.

Conference Report: Killing Sites - Remembrance and Research

The conference “Killing Sites – Research and Remembrance” marked the successful completion of the first stage of IHRA’s Multi Year Work Plan on “Killing Sites”. Many organisations and individuals were invited by the Steering Committee and met in January 2014 at the Pedagogical University of Krakow to present and discuss their ongoing work in the field.


Holocaust Memorial Days: Visit to Moldova

Months of correspondence and negotiations culminated in a high?level official visit by a joint IHRA?OSCE/ODIHR delegation to Moldova, January 26?29, 2014. The delegation consisted of IHRA Steering Committee Chair Richelle Budd Caplan; OSCE/ODIHR Adviser on Combating Antisemitism Anne Giebel; Floriane Hohenberg, Head of the Tolerance and Non?Discrimination Department (OSCE/ODIHR); Olga…


Holocaust Memorial Days: Visit to Hungary and Poland

Months of correspondence and negotiations culminated in a high-level official visit by a delegation from the IHRA to Hungary and Poland, April 15-22, 2013. The delegation consisted of IHRA Canadian Chair, Dr. Mario Silva; Advisor to the IHRA, Dr. Steven T. Katz; and IHRA Executive Secretary, Dr. Kathrin Meyer. The purpose of the visit was to use national Holocaust Memorial Days as a timely…


Mass Graves and Killing Sites in the Eastern Part of Europe

For several years now the topic of the killing sites and mass graves in Eastern Europe, especially those resulting from the Holocaust, has been brought to the attention of public opinion, media and governments.

After being at best neglected or more generally ignored during the Communist era, thousands of mass graves, where lie millions victims of the Holocaust and other crimes…