Each year the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance compiles an online Annual Report which captures the organization's achievements, key decisions, and the personal highlights of our delegates who make our work possible.
One of IHRA's Member Countries chairs the organization each year from March to March, and we issue our Annual Report in line with this calendar.
2020 Annual Report
To mark the end of the German Presidency, the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance is delighted to share its 2020 Annual Report with you.
For the IHRA, 2020 was a year characterized by the challenges caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, which were felt across the globe. Many Holocaust survivors were affected directly, and memorials and museums found themselves in dire financial situations.
However, under the German Presidency, tangible progress was also achieved: among other milestones, the IHRA held its first virtual Plenary meetings, the non-legally binding working definition of antigypsyism/anti-Roma discrimination was adopted, and the Global Task Force against Holocaust Distortion published their first Recommendations.
Take a few minutes to read about these successes from the perspective of those who made them happen.
From previous years
Reports from previous years are also available: