“We share a commitment to throw light on the still obscured shadows of the Holocaust.”
-- Declaration of the Stockholm International Forum on the Holocaust
International Holocaust Remembrance Day is commemorated worldwide on 27 January in memory of the victims of the Holocaust.
ITF Chair Karel de Beer participated in the wreath-laying ceremony in Belgrade on 27 January to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day along with Serbian President Boris Tadic.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton released a press statement on Monday in honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day:
As a part of the commemoration of Holocaust Remembrance Day on 27 January, an exhibition of children's artwork is displayed in the Education Centre of the Jasenovac Memorial Area and will be open through February 2012.
New Zealand held an official commemoration event in Wellington on 27 January and displayed the posters from the "Keeping the Memory Alive" competition in the Parliament building.
Estonia opened a memorial dedicated to Estonian Jews who were victims of the Holocaust on 27 January in Tallinn.
More than 80 Lithuanian schools commemorated International Holocaust Remembrance Day on 26-27 January with the "Butterfly Project."
The United Nations Information Centre New Delhi created an installation with the "Keeping the Memory Alive" posters to mark Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Argentina's Ministry of Foreign Affairs organized a formal commemoration event in Buenos Aires for Holocaust Memorial Day.