MEMORIAL AND MUSEUM

AUSCHWITZ-BIRKENAU

FORMER GERMAN NAZI
CONCENTRATION AND EXTERMINATION CAMP

IAC Meetings

Meeting IX: 6 December 2004

15-09-2008
The International Auschwitz Council considered an outline of the plans to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the liberation of the prisoners of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, which falls on 27 January 2005, and with the state of preparations for this. 

Meeting VIII: 1-3 June 2004

15-09-2008
The International Auschwitz Council primarily discussed further work on creating the International Centre of Education about Auschwitz and the Holocaust, saying that this work should lead to the official opening of the Centre on 27 January 2004.

Meeting VII: 3-4 November 2003

15-09-2008
At its VII meeting, the Council discussed the project for the International Centre for Education about Auschwitz and the Holocaust, submitted by the directors of the State Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum. This project is a culmination of the concept of an International Centre of Education contained in Stage II of the Government Strategic Oswiecim Programme. 

Meeting VI: 20-21 January 2003

15-09-2008
The International Auschwitz Council met in Warsaw on 20-21 January. The subject of the debate were issues connected with the former extermination and concentration camps, especially Auschwitz-Birkenau, Belsen and Treblinka. The Council heard a report on the provisions of Stage II of the Government Strategic Oswiecim Programme and discussed the present and future educational mission of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum.

Meeting V: 15-16 April 2002

15-09-2008
On 15 and 16 April 2002 the 5th session of the International Auschwitz Council took place in Oswiecim under the chairmanship of Professor Wladyslaw Bartoszewski. Deputy Culture Minister, Aleksandra Jakubowska, Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs and Administration, Andrzej Barcikowski, and Deputy Voivod (governor) of Malopolska, Andrzej Harezlak, attended....

Meeting IV: 10-11 September 2001

15-09-2008
Fourth assembly was devoted to current issues connected in particular with former camp of immediate extermination in Bełżec. Some points of the order of the day focused on settling the rules of cooperation between International Auschwitz Council and International Group of Experts in Auschwitz Governmental Strategic Program run by Prof. Andrzej Tomaszewski.
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