Learn about the Holocaust by engaging with a variety of sources from the period. Discover a diary, a letter, a newspaper article, or a policy paper; see a photograph, or watch film footage. Discuss the complex context from which the Holocaust emerged, and consider the importance of primary sources for understanding our world.
Delegates to the IHRA include many of the world’s leading scholars in the history of the Holocaust, the events that led to it and its legacy. The IHRA deploys their expertise to address the most pressing contemporary policy concerns relating to Holocaust education, research, and remembrance.
The IHRA’s network of experts in Holocaust education, research and remembrance consists of specialists in museology, pedagogy, history, archaeology, memorization and genocide studies, among many other disciplines.