The International Auschwitz Committee was founded by survivors of the Auschwitz concentration camp. The main objective of our work: Auschwitz shall happen never again! Please feel invited to get more information about the IAC and its work.
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Roman Kent, Auschwitz Survivor and IAC-President
Nazi Prosecutions: An Unmistakable Warning
How can there be a Statute of Limitations for Nazi crimes against humanity which were of such enormous gravity and those who participated not be brought to justice and pay the price for their terrible crimes no matter how late? No one should conclude that at least the ones who took part in inflicting such unspeakable suffering should be allowed to evade justice merely because of their prolonged success in eluding detection. Read more
On 27 January 2013, people around the globe remembered the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp. The survivors of Auschwitz remind todays societies: “Remember: when injustices take place, when people are discriminated against and persecuted – never remain indifferent. Indifference kills.” Read more
27.2.1933 – The terrible trail of flames has started. First of all, the Reichstag burns. Two months later the flames devour thousands of books on the square beside Berlin’s Opera House. And finally, human beings are burned in the crematoria at Auschwitz and other places. Read more
2011 – Mr Ban Ki-moon: "Above all, it is a day to speak out … to speak out against those who would deny the Holocaust, who would diminish it or "explain" it away." Read more
From 5 to 8 September, survivors of the concentration and extermination camp Auschwitz/Birkenau gathered together in Oswiecim/Auschwitz. The survivors, who came from eleven different countries, met for the fourteenth General Assembly of the International Auschwitz Committee (IAC). Read more