June 14, 2023
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.
April 18, 2023
Holocaust Survivors and Their Family Members Launch Year-Long Digital Campaign – Our Holocaust Story – Sharing Stories of Survival That Made Their Families Possible – on Holocaust Remembrance Day
April 5, 2023
For Passover every year, a critical priority for the Claims Conference is ensuring that Holocaust survivors around the world have the supplies and food they need to celebrate and partake in the Pesach holidays. This year, as we work our ...Read more
February 23, 2023
First Place Is The Story Of Ernst Cahn, An Ice Cream Parlor Owner Who Chose Resistance In Spite Of Certain Death During Nazi Invasion. His Arrest Led To “The February Strike” Of 1941.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK: February 23, 2023—The Conference ...Read more
January 25, 2023
Only Half of Respondents Are In Favor Of Recent Efforts By Dutch Public Figures to Acknowledge and Apologize for the Netherlands’ Failure to Protect the Jews During the Holocaust
Westerbork, Netherlands, Jews boarding a deportation train to Auschwitz. Photo: Wikimedia Commons
NEW ...Read more