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New Social Media Guidelines
IHRA Plenary Meetings in Manchester
IHRA Chair Country Visits
Grant Programme Now Open

New Social Media Guidelines

12.12.2014
The IHRA Education Working Group and the Communication Working Group have worked together to produce guidelines on 'Using Social Media in Holocaust Education'.

IHRA Plenary Meetings in Manchester

28.11.2014
12 December 2014 —The International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) successfully concluded its Plenary meetings in Manchester. The meetings were held from from 1-4 December, 2014.

IHRA Chair Country Visits

08.10.2014
On 16 October Sir Andrew arrived in the Vatican, where he had meetings with the Chancellor of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, Bishop Marcel Sanchez Sorondo and with the Deputy Secretary for States, Monsignor Antione Camilleri.

Grant Programme Now Open

18.08.2014
IHRA’s Grant Programme is now open for applications. For more information on the Grant Programme, see the sections below on the criteria and procedures, previously funded projects, and featured project information.
12.12.2014

Six remarkable stories from eyewitnesses to Nazi atrocities during World War II have been brought to life for a young audience through animation, in a series of BAFTA nominated films.

09.12.2014

A group of experts working in a variety of different fields around the world came together last week to discuss the various ways in which information about Nazi crimes was handled, reinterpreted and acted upon by the British government and public before and after the Second World War.

28.11.2014

The Association of Jewish Refugees (AJR) is co-organising an historic inter-generational gathering of Holocaust refugees and survivors and their descendants on Sunday 18 January 2015 at the Institute of Education (IoE), 20 Bedford Way, London WC1H 0AL.