At the 2nd IHRA General Assembly of this year, which took place from November 30th to December 3rd, around 200 delegates, experts and observers from the 34 member states came together to discuss politically relevant topics related to the Holocaust and the genocide of the Sinti and Roma. The focus of the digital plenary session was on the following topics: Application of the working definition of Antisemitism, Holocaust denial and distortion and antiziganism, impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, opportunities and challenges of digital remembering. This was the second general assembly under the German chairmanship, which will be handed over to Greece in the spring of 2021.
We are pleased to invite you to participate in the Plenary’s digital side programme listed below.
Guided by the theme “working and remembering in a digital context,” the 2020 Leipzig Plenary brought together over 250 delegates from the IHRA’s 34 Member, 1 Liaison and 7 Observer Countries, as well…