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Since 1951, The Claims Conference has sought a small measure of justice for Jewish victims of Nazi persecution.

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Holocaust Survivors Worldwide: A Demographic Overview
Holocaust Survivors Worldwide: A Demographic Overview

Unprecedented Demographic Report On Holocaust Survivors Indicates Approximately 245,000 Jewish Survivors Alive Globally

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Holocaust Survivors Worldwide: A Demographic Overview
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L’Chaim Newsletter

Read the latest issue of L’Chaim, the Claims Conference’s health and wellness newsletter for Holocaust survivors and their families.
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Inside Kristallnacht

On the 85th Anniversary of Kristallnacht, a Virtual Reality experience brought to you by the Claims Conference, the USC Shoah Foundation and MakeMePulse in partnership with Meta, UNESCO and the World Jewish Congress will be released in 2024.

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Praying for Israel
A Message on Israel

The Claims Conference will continue to work to address the needs on the ground for Holocaust survivors after the horrific attacks that took place on October 7.

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Praying for Israel
The #OurHolocaustStory Campaign Illustrates The Importance Of Passing On Holocaust Survivor Testimony
#OurHolocaustStory
On Holocaust Remembrance Day, Survivors and Their Family Members Launch Year-Long Digital Campaign Sharing Stories of Survival That Made Their Families Possible.
The #OurHolocaustStory Campaign Illustrates The Importance Of Passing On Holocaust Survivor Testimony
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Working at the Claims Conference is more than just a job. It’s a chance to be part of history. Join us in our mission to provide a measure of justice to Holocaust survivors around the world.

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Holocaust Survivors Will Continue to Receive Additional One-Time Payments from the German Government Until 2027 As a Result of Claims Conference Negotiations

Home Care Services Funding For Holocaust Survivors Will Increase An Additional $105.2 Million For A Total Of $888.9 Million; Outcomes For These Negotiations Also Include Expanded One-Time Payments Per Year Through 2027, Impacting More Than 128,000 Holocaust Survivors Worldwide. Learn More

Hardship Fund Supplemental Payment

The Hardship Fund Supplemental Payment is open to Jewish Nazi Victims who have previously been approved for a Hardship Fund payment, or received a one-time payment from the BEG, AND do not receive a pension as compensation for persecution during the Holocaust. Learn More

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Paneem Digital Certification

Paneem is designed to make the process of identity verification easier and faster for all of our claimants. Please only use PANEEM if you received a letter or email requesting that you verify your identity through PANEEM.

View answers to frequently asked questions and a step-by-step user guide. Learn more



UKRAINE UPDATE


Claims Conference Responds with Urgent Care for Vulnerable Holocaust Survivors in Ukraine

Ukraine Emergency Update


The Claims Conference has conducted seven surveys across six countries examining Holocaust knowledge and awareness worldwide