The IHRA Grant Program co-funds innovative, relevant, and impactful projects with a clear international component that:
For additional information regarding these components, see: https://www.holocaustremembrance.com/sites/default/files/Grant%20Guidelines%202023-25%20V3.pdf#page=2
Professor Yehuda Bauer Grant:
Separately to the two programs, applicants may wish to apply for the Professor Yehuda Bauer Grant. One of Professor Bauer’s key messages is that antisemitism was a major factor in the outbreak of World War II and the Holocaust which led to the murder of 6 million Jews. Therefore, continued research into this topic is vital. Accordingly, the IHRA will award funding to a project which aims to undertake new and significant research on the Holocaust and antisemitism, with no co-funding required. The project must also have an international dimension to it.
Focus on Ukraine:
Given the Russian aggression against Ukraine, the IHRA Grant Program will prioritize funding for institutions working in and around Ukraine to continue their efforts during this difficult time, and to initiate the development of concepts and capacities which would allow continued remembrance of the Holocaust during Ukraine’s recovery process and beyond. Please note that any project focusing on Ukraine must also align to either Program 1 (Safeguarding the record of the Holocaust and genocide of the Roma) or Program 2 (Countering distortion).
For information regarding allowable expenses, see: https://www.holocaustremembrance.com/sites/default/files/Grant%20Guidelines%202023-25%20V3.pdf#page=12
Projects that receive IHRA funding also have access to the wealth of IHRA expertise, tools, and guidance which have been developed since the IHRA’s establishment in 1998.