2017 has been a year of important discussions and excellent cooperation within the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance. Under the thoughtful guidance of the Swiss Chairmanship, our 31 Member Countries agreed on a strategy for the first time in our organization’s 20 year history. To mark the end of the Swiss Chairmanship, the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance is delighted to share its 2017 annual report with you.

Take a few minutes to read about these and the many other IHRA achievements this year.

Read the full report

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The International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance unites governments and experts to strengthen, advance and promote Holocaust education, remembrance and research worldwide and to uphold the commitments of the 2000 Stockholm Declaration.

Dr. Kathrin Meyer, IHRA Executive Secretary, and Ambassador Benno Baettig, 2017 IHRA Chair. IHRA