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  • Letter to the whole citizenry on September 11

    The International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation and Casa Argentina en Jerusalem want to express their solidarity with the people of the United States in this moment of anguish and suffering. In accordance with our more than 35 years history and mission, we want to express our total condemnation and repudiation to the murders that ended the [...]

  • German saviors see the light

    Unprecedented academic initiative by the Wallenberg Foundation and the Berlin University of Technology On March 2001 the International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation (IRWF), a non-governmental organization founded in Argentina, agreed to a cooperation work with the Center of Studies on anti-Semitism of the Berlin University of Technology, ran by professor Wolfgang Benz and under the academic [...]

  • Argentina – Refuge and exile (Argentinisches Tageblatt)

    Dr. Andreas Nachama and Johanna Hopfengaertner, scholar of the International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation disserted about Jewish immigration More than 40,000 Jews found refuge in Argentina during the years 1933-1939. Argentina is, behind the USA, the most important receptive country of refugees. As regards population, Argentina received the highest rate of refugees from all the countries. [...]