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Working Definition of Antisemitism
Combating Antisemitism
Profile: Ambassador Michael Baier
IHRA visit to USC Shoah Foundation

Working Definition of Antisemitism

27.06.2016
The International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) adopts a working definition of antisemitism on 26 May. 

Combating Antisemitism

27.06.2016
The Romanian IHRA Chairmanship has launched a training program for public servants, magistrates, law enforcement agencies and diplomats on the topic of combating antisemitism, racism, xenophobia, and the Holocaust denial.

Profile: Ambassador Michael Baier

23.06.2016
Ambassador Michael Baier, Head of the Austrian Delegation to the IHRA, explains about the OSCE meeting on antisemitism held in Berlin on Monday 19 June.

IHRA visit to USC Shoah Foundation

23.06.2016
From 13-17 June 2016 IHRA Executive Secretary, Dr. Kathrin Meyer, and Communications Officer, Laura Robertson, had the opportunity to visit the USC Shoah Foundation in Los Angeles, California.
27.06.2016

The Presence of the Holocaust in society, politics and culture, c.1970 – 2015

From Tuesday 19th – Thursday 21st July 2016 the UCL Centre for Holocaust Education is hosting the annual British Association of Holocaust Studies (BAHS) conference.  The conference will focus on the ‘Presence of the Holocaust’ in society, politics and culture since 1970 and explore the growth and development of Holocaust history and memory over the past four decades.

More information on the conference themes, how to submit a proposal to contribute and details of the keynotes can be found by clicking on the links to the right of this page.

The BAHS 2016 conference is organised and hosted by the UCL Centre for Holocaust Education at the UCL Institute of Education, in Bloomsbury, Central London.

- See more at: http://www.holocausteducation.org.uk/courses-events/bahs-conference-2016-presence-holocaust-society-politics-culture/#sthash.QbbQTS3G.dpuf

From 19 – 21 July 2016 the UCL Centre for Holocaust Education is holding a conference entitled 'The Presence of the Holocaust in society, politics and culture, c.1970 – 2015'.

27.06.2016

UNESCO and the Asia Pacific Centre of Education for Intercultural Understanding (APCEIU) are developing a new partnership to boost training for educators worldwide on the prevention of violent extremism.

27.06.2016

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) has constructed a new IWitness (USC Shoah Foundation) activity in conjunction with the museum’s Some Were Neighbors exhibit.