Shoah Research, Education and Documentation

  • Preserving the Memory of Those Who Perished

    Through its contributions to leading institutions that have expertise in Holocaust research, education, and documentation, the Claims Conference seeks to help ensure that future generations learn of the Holocaust.

    As the Shoah recedes from memory to history, it is crucial that future generations have available the records, photos, and other materials that institutions are still able to assemble today. It is also crucial that the history of the Holocaust is preserved and presented in a way that is meaningful and accessible to generations who will not be able to meet survivors first-hand.

  • Education: Passing on the Knowledge

    Ireland Teacher Training The Claims Conference supports teacher training programs to provide educators with the tools they need to preserve the memory and lessons of the Shoah.

  • Documentation: Rescuing the Evidence

    Auschwitz PavilionWith the passing of time, the preservation of documents and testimony relating to the Shoah has assumed great urgency.

  • Research and Publication

    prtpThe Claims Conference supports scholars and major research institutions in researching pre-war Europe and North Africa in its relationship to the Shoah and the Shoah’s immediate aftermath.

  • Projects We Support

    A Town Known As AuschwitzLearn about some of the projects in Shoah research, education and documentation supported by the Claims Conference.