Research is essential to The National Holocaust Centre and Museum's understanding of the collection, and the events of the Holocaust, both of which inform our educational programmes. We continually work to improve our own understanding, and actively encourage research in the field. By working both within and beyond our collection, we strive to produce and support research which furthers the knowledge and understanding of the Holocaust and its legacy. This includes consideration of contemporary challenges, such as the changing role of survivor testimony.

Research conducted at, by, or for the National Holocaust Centre and Museum is governed by our Code of Practice in Research, which promotes integrity and honesty. We recommend that before commencing your research that you familarise yourself with our Frequently Asked Questions and our Code of Conduct. Visit our Download Centre for forms relevant to your research.