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IHRA Chair's Statement on 27 January 2015
Reaffirmation in Action
Reaffirmation of the Stockholm Declaration
International Holocaust Remembrance Day 2015

IHRA Chair's Statement on 27 January 2015

27.01.2015
International Holocaust Remembrance Day 2015. Today we in the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance come together, 31 member countries, 8 observer countries and 7 permanent international partners, to commemorate the victims and the survivors of the Holocaust. 2015 is a year of many important anniversaries, including the 20th anniversary of the Bosnian genocide at Srebrenica.

Reaffirmation in Action

21.01.2015
Click here to read more about where and when our statement to reaffirm of the Stockholm Declaration is being used around 27 January.

Reaffirmation of the Stockholm Declaration

20.01.2015
31 member countries, eight observer countries and seven Permanent International Partners reaffirm their commitment to the Stockholm Declaration to mark its 15th anniversary. If you would like to share the press release on social media, please use the following short link http://bit.ly/1DYa1U1 and do not forget to use the hashtag #stockholmdeclaration or to tag IHRA on Facebook!

International Holocaust Remembrance Day 2015

19.01.2015
International Holocaust Remembrance Day is commemorated worldwide on 27 January in memory of the victims of the Holocaust.
28.01.2015

On 26 January at the Kozma Street Jewish cemetery, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán paid tribute to Jewish soldiers who fought for Hungary in the First World War.

28.01.2015

An IHRA delegation including IHRA’s Academic Advisor Steven Katz and Executive Secretary Kathrin Meyer are participating in a programme on Holocaust education and remembrance organised by the Finnish National Board of Education in Helsinki, Finland from 25 to 28 January.

27.01.2015

From 25 – 28 January 2015, Croatian teachers will take part in a training course on "Teaching and Learning about the Holocaust and the Prevention of Crimes against Humanity" in Varazdin.