Institute on the Holocaust and Genocide (IHG)
1979, as Institute of the International Conference on the Holocaust and Genocide (IICHG), when was announced the International Conference on the Holocaust and Genocide which was held in 1982, Tel Aviv. Present (shortened) name adopted in 1989.
Bridge between memorial of the Holocaust of the Jewish people and the genocides suffered by all other peoples; bring together many fields of scholarship and many professions in an interdisciplinary network devoted to the study and prevention of genocide; translate memorials of past genocides and scholarship on the history and nature of genocide towards a new focus on intervention in emerging genocidal situations and the prevention of genocide in future.
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Founding Members (3); Executive Director; Associate Director; Assistant Director; Council of 36 members.
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