Irish Foreign Affairs Minister Micheál Martin visits Yad Vashem

Mr. Martin said it was fitting that he should begin his visit to Israel in Yad Vashem, given the worrying rise of antsemitism across the world.

Tapestry to commemorate the Holocaust goes on display in Dublin

A tapestry commissioned to commemorate the Holocaust and intended as a protest against racism and genocide has gone on display at the General Post Office in Dublin.

Irish Prime Minister warns against rise of far-right rhetoric at Holocaust Memorial event

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar has warned against the rise of far-right rhetoric: “Many people in Ireland are rightly concerned about the rise of disinformation, antisemitism, all forms of racism and the trend towards Holocaust distortion and denial."

New legislation to make online hate speech a crime in Ireland

New hate crime legislation will make it easier to prosecute online hate speech in Ireland.

Stumbling stones in memory of Irish Holocaust victims unveiled

Six Stolpersteine, or stumbling stones, in memory of Irish victims of the Holocaust have been unveiled in Dublin.

Irish Jews dismayed by parliamentary attacks on their community

Ireland has failed to deal with an upsurge in antisemitism fuelled by online abuse, the Jewish Representative Council of Ireland has told the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC).

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