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Announcements/Reports

23.04.2017

AfD party conference and elections in Europe: survivors of German concentration camps do not want to have to experience a turn towards the toxic world of European extreme right-wing extremists

Survivors of the German concentration camps are closely following the upcoming elections in Europe and the current AfD party conference with intense interest. They are dismayed at what is emerging from the core of this German party: an increasingly closed view of the world and society underpinned...  ... AfD party conference and elections in Europe: survivors of German concentration camps do not want to have to experience a turn towards the toxic world of European extreme right-wing extremists

15.03.2017

IAC response to the judgement passed in Munich on the leaders of the right-wing extremist group “Oldschool Society”

Auschwitz survivors in the International Auschwitz Committee have emphatically welcomed the court judgement passed today in Munich against the leaders of the right-wing extremist "Oldschool Society".  ... IAC response to the judgement passed in Munich on the leaders of the right-wing extremist group “Oldschool Society”

02.03.2017

Public prosecutor’s office in Dresden ducks out: Höcke can carry on

Survivors of the Holocaust are reacting with mounting irritation and disbelief at the scandalous decision of the public prosecutor’s office to close proceedings against the AfD politician Höcke following his inflammatory speech in Dresden, consequently legitimising the speaker’s pronouncements.  ... Public prosecutor’s office in Dresden ducks out: Höcke can carry on

17.02.2017

Pope Francis gives courage in a clearly worded letter against intolerance, hatred and xenophobia

Holocaust survivors in the International Auschwitz Committee are grateful, moved and motivated by the Pope’s emphatic message to the World Meeting of Popular Movements.  ... Pope Francis gives courage in a clearly worded letter against intolerance, hatred and xenophobia

10.02.2017

Ambassador for tolerance and humanity: Statue of Remembrance for Prince Charles

The British heir to the throne, Prince Charles, has been awarded the International Auschwitz Committee’s Statue of Remembrance by Holocaust survivors in London. Prince Charles received the award during a meeting with survivors and representatives of the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust at St James’s...  ... Ambassador for tolerance and humanity: Statue of Remembrance for Prince Charles