Policy and decision makers are essential partners in raising awareness of Holocaust distortion and advancing better ways to identify and respond to this threat. But where should they start? The IHRA’s comprehensive action plan against Holocaust distortion provides key stakeholders with recommendations on how they can have a major impact.
The IHRA’s Recommendations for Policy and Decision Makers, published with the support of UNESCO, are the product of dialogue and cooperation between international subject matter experts and policymakers. Review the Recommendations and take the first step towards addressing Holocaust distortion.
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Share the IHRA’s Recommendations. This outline provides guidance on what to include in an email to policymakers.
Introducing the topic of Holocaust distortion
Who is the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance?
Providing national context
Expressing the urgency