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
IHRA Secretary General Statement on the unprecedented rise in antisemitism
Following Hamas' unprecedented lethal attack on Israeli civilians, we are seeing an unparalleled surge in antisemitism that is being felt far beyond the Middle East. It has quickly taken on a violent character – and shows no signs of slowing.
IHRA Reflections on Terminology for Holocaust Comparison
The questions for reflection in this resource can help people adopt good practice and make responsible choices in terminology when making comparisons between the Holocaust and other mass atrocities.
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.
On November 14, 2023, the Croatian Olympic Committee (HOC) adopted the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance's (IHRA) legally non-binding working definitions of antisemitism, Holocaust denial...
IHRA Secretary General Dr. Kathrin Meyer states:
“Three weeks ago, Hamas launched an unprecedented lethal attack on Israeli civilians, murdering 1,400 and taking over 200 hostages. With this act...