The IHRA identifies the practical needs of policymakers, scholars, educators and museum professionals working in the Holocaust remembrance sector, and it produces materials to support the work of these stakeholders. Resources such as IHRA academic publications, educational guidelines and reports are written by experts for the benefit of non-experts, helping to ensure that the IHRA’s expertise can serve a highly practical function throughout IHRA’s member countries and beyond.
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The IHRA's directory includes 800+ organizations from 44 countries that work primarily in the fields of Holocaust education, research, and/or remembrance, or play a role in supporting such efforts.
The IHRA supports projects that aim to safeguard the historical record of the Holocaust and the genocide of the Roma, and counter distortion. Learn more about our current and previous grant winners here.
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Our press room includes IHRA press releases, IHRA Chair statements and speeches, news articles, as well as important information on the unique history, structure, and approach of the IHRA.