Claims Conference in the Media




Read the latest opinion piece by our EVP Greg Schneider. This article was originally published in The Hill.


Greg Schneider, Executive Vice President of The Claims Conference, and Gideon Taylor, Chair of Operations for the Jewish World Restitution Organization, join host Dan Loney to discuss past and current restitution efforts for the surviving Holocaust victims.


Few Answers on True Owners of Art Found in Gurlitt Trove

‘Mein Kampf,’ Hitler’s Manifesto, Returns to German Shelves

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Child Holocaust survivors get $60 million – in a single day

Cannes Film Festival: ‘Saul Fia’ From Laszlo Nemes, Is a Hungarian’s Horror Story

Swiss create new standards for Nazi-looted art – The Boston Globe

Survivors to benefit from increase in aid

Local Holocaust survivors get help, courtesy of Germany

More home help on the way for Holocaust survivors

“Claims Conference” aid triples for aging Holocaust survivors

Aid for Holocaust survivors doubled for 2015 – J-Wire

Kunstmuseum Bern Obtains Trove From Gurlitt Collection

Nazi-era art horde finds a home

Germany recognizes needs of child survivors

Nations Called Lax in Returning Art Looted From Jews

Germany to provide funds to Nazis’ child victims – The Boston Globe

Claims Conference examines plight of child Shoah victims

Germany extends ghetto workers’ pension benefits – Jewish World News

Holocaust center to open in Elie Wiesel’s childhood home

Support programs offered for survivors

Germany Announces Deal on Art Looted by Nazis

Nazi-looted art hoard could be put on public display: German minister

Weinberg Foundation donates $4 million to Claims Conf. emergency fund

Saul Kagan Memorial Event Held at Limmud FSU Conference

Saul Kagan, Who Won Holocaust Restitution, Is Dead at 91

U.S. List Helps Heirs Track Nazi-Loot Art in Munich Cache

Supporting Elder Holocaust Survivors