Over the last decade, the IHRA Grant Program has funded over 150 projects from around the world, supported by annual contributions from each of the IHRA’s Member Countries.
The IHRA works closely with each project, and our expertise means organizations are able to reach a level and an audience which they probably wouldn’t be able to reach by working alone.
Work that crosses borders
These projects have provided the field with innovative approaches in areas like: teaching about the Holocaust or genocide of the Roma; collecting and publicizing untold testimonies; combating antisemitism and antigypsyism; and countering distortion of the Holocaust and genocide of the Roma.
Core to their success is their international approach, allowing them to share ideas and approaches with a wider range of people and organizations, and build networks between different countries and regions.