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International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance stronger as Sweden hands over Presidency
On 28 February, Croatia took over the Presidency of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) from Sweden. The main priorities of the Swedish Presidency were to contribute to strengthening the structure of the IHRA and increase the organisation’s impact.
Summary Report – International Conference on the Genocide of the Roma and Combating Antigypsyism
The Summary Report of the International Conference on the Genocide of the Roma and Combating Antigypsyism has been finalised.
Follow-up Report – Pledges presented at the Malmö Forum
The first follow-up report of the pledges made at the Malmö International Forum on Holocaust Remembrance and Combating Antisemitism in 2021 has been finalised.
Second IHRA plenary sessions held in Gothenburg
The International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) has successfully concluded its second and final Plenary of the Swedish Presidency, which took place during four days in Gothenburg. The meetings, attended by experts, political representatives, and representatives of international organizations and civil society, inspired exchanges and developments in the field of Holocaust remembrance, education, and research under the Swedish Presidency’s motto “Together for Impact.”
Address at IHRA plenary by Minister for Culture Parisa Liljestrand
In an address to the IHRA Plenary with the Heads of Delegations, Minister for Culture, Parisa Liljestrand, said: I am proud to see the IHRA delegates gathering in Sweden once again for the Swedish IHRA Presidency’s second time, to take important decisions for the future of the organisation, to share knowledge and new research, to learn from each other and to deepen their cooperation.
International Conference on the Genocide of the Roma and Combating Antigypsyism
On 20–21 October 2022, the Swedish Presidency of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) will host an international conference in Stockholm on the genocide of the Roma and combating antigypsyism.
IHRA Chair Statement
"By comparing and equating Ukraine’s democratically elected government and their actions with the murderous policy of Nazi Germany, the history of the Holocaust is being grossly distorted and misused," said IHRA Chair Ambassador Ann Bernes in her first statement as IHRA Chair.