IHRA Chair's Statement Regarding the Shootings in Paris: As the Chair of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) and on behalf of all its members, I am deeply saddened by the fatal shootings which took place in Paris between 7-9 January.
31 member countries, eight observer countries and seven Permanent International Partners reaffirm their commitment to the Stockholm Declaration to mark its 15th anniversary.
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On 16 October Sir Andrew arrived in the Vatican, where he had meetings with the Chancellor of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, Bishop Marcel Sanchez Sorondo and with the Deputy Secretary for States, Monsignor Antione Camilleri.
Members of the Museums and Memorials Working Group (MMWG) gave presentations on Holocaust Memorial Days during the MMWG’s May 2014 meetings in London.
The presentations focused on the development, commemoration and education aspects of Holocaust Memorial Days as well as the equalities, differences, and challenges of Holocaust Memorial Days in different countries.