The IHRA’s Working Groups and Committees publish educational recommendations to help guide teachers and organizations
The IHRA is the only intergovernmental organization mandated to focus solely on Holocaust-related issues
The IHRA's Member Countries have pledged to commemorate the victims of the Holocaust, honoring their legacy and their memory
Q&A with Co-Chairs of the Croatian IHRA Presidency
Get to know IHRA Co-Chairs Terezija Gras and Sara Lustig, and learn more about their motivations and hopes for the year ahead in this Q&A.
IHRA working definitions now available in Russian and Ukrainian
The IHRA's three working definitions – of Holocaust denial and distortion, of antisemitism, and of antigypsyism/anti-Roma discrimination – have been translated into Russian and Ukrainian to help those in the field counter these phenomena.
Our Focus Areas
The IHRA brings together experts in Holocaust education, research and remembrance, including museum, memorial and education professionals, historians, archaeologists, and specialists in genocide studies and other disciplines. The multidisciplinary groups that result are able to focus on specific priority areas, allowing for the IHRA to put forth meaningful policy recommendations.
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The Future of Remembrance: Q&A with IHRA Co-Chairs Terezija Gras and Sara Lustig on the Croatian Presidency
The Croatian IHRA Presidency began on 1 March 2023. In this Q&A, IHRA Co-Chairs Terezija Gras and Sara Lustig share their motivations and hopes for the year ahead.
Let’s begin by considering your...
North Macedonia commemorates the 80th anniversary of the deportation of the Macedonian Jews
80 years ago, in March 1943, 7,144 Macedonian Jews were deported to the Treblinka death camp in Nazi-occupied Poland. 98 percent of Macedonian Jews would be murdered – only 200 would survive the war....