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What is antigypsyism/anti-Roma discrimination?

About the IHRA working definition of antigypsyism/anti-Roma discrimination
 
 The effort to draft a working definition of antigypsyism/anti-Roma discrimination was spearheaded by experts in the Commit...

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IHRA Chair's Statement on the antisemitic campaign by the Nordic Resistance Movement

IHRA Chair Ambassador Michaela Küchler says, “The recent antisemitic actions coordinated by the neo-Nazi Nordic Resistance Movement in the days leading up to Yom Kippur are deeply troubling. Some of...

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Sweden's Holocaust Memorial Day Events

The Living History Forum (the LHF), is a governmental agency commissioned to promote the equal value of every human being along with democratic values – with a starting point in the history of the...

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Professor Yehuda Bauer visits Sweden

This year the Living History Forum has the honor of being visited by the distinguished Professor Yehuda Bauer in connection with the Holocaust Memorial Day. This visit has met with tremendous interest...

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Guidelines for Study Trips to Holocaust-Related Authentic and Non-Authentic Sites


 Visits to authentic and non-authentic sites create special learning experiences and opportunities different from those in the classroom. A visit can also raise the "status" of a subject in the eyes...

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What are Holocaust denial and distortion?

About the IHRA working definition of Holocaust denial and distortion
 
 The IHRA’s Member Countries adopted the working definition of Holocaust denial and distortion by consensus at the IHRA’s Plenary...

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Sweden

In May 1998, on the eve of the new millennium, Swedish Prime Minister Göran Persson, British Prime Minister Tony Blair and the President of the United States Bill Clinton agreed to set up a Task Force...

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