“We share a commitment to commemorate the victims of the Holocaust and to honour those who stood against it.”
-- Declaration of the Stockholm International Forum on the Holocaust
Earlier this year, the Center for Research on Intercultural Relations at the Sacred Heart Catholic University in Italy, in cooperation with the USC Shoah Foundation in America, produced an online bilingual educational resource, “Giving Memory a Future,” with support from IHRA.
USC Shoah Foundation - The Institute for Visual History and Education, and Discovery Education, have selected 25 teachers from around the world to participate in a unique professional development program in Poland as part of Auschwitz: The Past is Present.
On Tuesday 11 November, The Holocaust and the United Nations Outreach Programme hosted an event on the UN War Crimes Commission Records (1943-1949) at the UN Headquarters in New York.
The Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Clark University in Massachusetts, USA, has announced a call for applicants for its Ph.D. program in the areas of Holocaust History and Genocide Studies.
The USC Shoah Foundation, in partnership with Discovery Education, is offering a unique opportunity to educators in IHRA member states; the Auschwitz: The Past is Present ITeach Professional Development Program to take place in Poland January 23 -28, 2015.
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum has made available records from the United Nations War Crimes Commission that have been largely inaccessible for more than 70 years.
The 2014 issue of Prism: An Interdisciplinary Journal for Holocaust Educators is the journal’s first unthemed issue.
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum's Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies and the Rosenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies of the Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY) convened an international conference on the Holocaust in Hungary in Washington on 19 March.
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) has received a $10 million gift from the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation to ensure the growth, vitality, and impact of Holocaust studies in the United States and abroad.