Institutul Naţional pentru Studierea Holocaustului din România ‘Elie Wiesel’
- 'Elie Wiesel' National Institute for the Study of Holocaust in Romania
The “Elie Wiesel” National Institute for the Study of the Holocaust in Romania is a governmental institution, located in Bucharest, founded in 2005.
The “Elie Wiesel” Institute conducts research projects and coordinates educational, cultural and commemorative activities, aiming to prevent anti-Semitism, Holocaust denial and to raise public awareness regarding the consequences of intolerant behaviors such as discrimination, racism and xenophobia.
Opening hours: Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 2:00pm
The most important and complete archive containing official documents on the Holocaust in Romania is owned by the „Elie Wiesel” Institute. In our collection, researchers can find over 1 million documents that come from the main archival sources regarding the Holocaust in Romania like: the National Archives of Romania, the archives of the Council of Ministers, ministerial archives, the Intelligence Service archives, and the Archives of the Romanian Jewish Federation.
List of funds and collections http://www.inshr-ew.ro/ro/holocaustul-din-romania/documente.html (in English)