News - Holocaust Denial and Distortion
Why the IHRA is leading research into regulations outlawing denial of the Holocaust, by Project Chair Robert Williams.
By the late 1980s, as the world grew more aware of the Holocaust and its
Marking the date of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration and extermination camp by Soviet forces on 27 January 1945, International Holocaust Remembrance Day calls upon us all to reflect on
The IHRA partners with the European Commission, the UN and UNESCO to raise global awareness of how to counter Holocaust distortion
This month, the IHRA will launch three important international initiatives, essential pieces to furthering the IHRA’s work of raising awareness of Holocaust distortion on multiple fronts:
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
In recent years, there has been a marked rise in Holocaust denial and distortion, both online and off. The Global Task Force Against Holocaust Distortion, as initiated by the German Presidency of the
Holocaust distortion is an urgent and growing issue. “Distortion of the Holocaust is found in all kinds of places. From facts twisted on the internet, to opportunistic statements by politicians
On the 75th anniversary of the end of the Holocaust and the surrender of Nazi Germany, the fight against Holocaust denial and distortion is more urgent than ever.
A special contribution from IHRA
Many of the IHRA’s core areas were discussed at the Conference on Combating Antisemitism in the OSCE Region, which took place today and yesterday in Tirana. The high-level conference was arranged by
A world that remembers the Holocaust. A world without genocide
On Sunday evening, ministers and representatives of 35 countries gathered in Brussels to reaffirm their commitment to this vision with