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  • AHO Annual Conference 2023

    June 10-13, 2023

    Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum, Dallas, Texas

    Open to AHO members only | Conference ScheduleRegister Now

    Hotel Info: SpringHill Suites Dallas Downtown - Book your group rate by May 11

    The conference is available to organizations and individuals who are current with 2023 AHO dues.  If you have any questions about your membership status, please contact Lindy at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

    Sessions Include:

    • ADL Center On Extremism, with Oren Segal, ADL, Vice President, Center on Extremism
    • We Were There: Christians and Holocaust - Film Screening with Pierre Sauvage, Chambon Foundation and Varian Fry Institute
    • The Lessons of the Holocaust for Healthcare, with Alex Kor, DPM, MS
    • Impact of Educational Travel Programs, with Dr. Rick Halpern, SMU Human Rights
    • The Bush Institute's Work to Promote Women's Rights
    • Animation: A Creative Interdisciplinary Approach to Holocaust Education, panel discussion
    • Holocaust Education Research and Evaluation Projects, panel discussion
    • Student Facing Activities to Combat Holocaust Distortion, with Paul Kutner, Yeshiva University
    • Break out sessions on professional topics and challenges


The Association of Holocaust Organizations (AHO) was established in 1985 to serve as an international network of organizations and individuals for the advancement of Holocaust education, remembrance and research. We are proud to now include more than 370 members from around the world. Find out more.

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Susan Myers
AHO President

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