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On 1 October, IHRA Chair, Szabolcs Takács attended the EU colloquium entitled "A fundamental rights based approach to tackling antisemitic and anti-Muslim hatred in Europe: specificities, commonalities and responses”.
Take a look at the conferences and activities IHRA has planned for 2015/2016.
IHRA's Professional Developent seminar took place in Moldova from 24-26 September .
IHRA Honorary Chairman, Professor Yehuda Bauer, has issued the following statement: "The current refugee crisis, which has led to a tremendous number of refugees arriving in Europe, will undoubtedly affect the work of IHRA.
9 September, 2015. In response to the extraordinary nature of the current refugee crisis, we, the Chairs of the Working Groups and Committees of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA), issue the following statement:
Ben Helfgott
After the liberation, IHRA Delegate and Holocaust survivor Ben Helfgott went to live in Great Britain. In this interview he speaks about IHRA's achievements and the challenges the organisation faces.   Photo credit: The Holocaust Memorial Day Trust
On 2 August, IHRA Chair Mr Szabolcs Takács spoke at the commemoration organised by the Roma Civic Association (RPT) at the 'Roma Historical, Cultural, Educational and Holocaust Centre' in Hungary. 
The International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance is pleased to announce the publication of its new brochure, entitled 'Marking 15 years of the Stockholm Declaration'.
Looking for organizations working on Holocaust education, remembrance, or research in your country?  IHRA’s International Directory can help.
On 7 July, the IHRA Chair held a briefing on the EU’s draft General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in Brussels for the Permanent Representatives and Ambassadors to the EU of IHRA member countries and of IHRA observer countries Bulgaria and Portugal, as well as other stakeholders from various EU institutions.