International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance
On 31 of March 2021, the Federal Cabinet adopted the non‑binding working definition of antigypsyism/anti‑Roma discrimination of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance.
Since March 2020, Germany has the presidency of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA). Before the handover to Greece on April 1, 2021, Ambassador Michaela Küchler takes stock of what has been achieved in terms of combatting Holocaust distortion, antisemitism, and antigypsyism
76 years ago, on the 27th of January 1945, Soviet troops entered the Auschwitz camp complex, liberating the 7,000 prisoners that they found there. Today, we remember and honor the victims and…
Wednesday, 27 Januar, 11 a.m. EST
IHRA launches recommendations “Recognizing and Countering Holocaust Distortion: Recommendations for Policy and Decision Makers” and launches the #ProtectTheFacts kampaign to make aware of it.
“We share a commitment to encourage the study of the Holocaust in all its dimensions. We will promote education about the Holocaust in our schools and universities, in our communities and encourage it in other institutions.” Article 5 of the Stockholm Declaration
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