According to the resolution, the government considers it a priority task to raise awareness of Jewish history and customs. The government “is convinced that spreading knowledge in this field can also serve to weaken anti-Semitism and related negative sentiments”, it said. The government also backs IHRA’s assessment that its definition can be effective in combating anti-Semitism. The resolution tasks the human resources minister with looking into incorporating IHRA’s definition into ministerial resolutions on the publication and approval of the national curriculum and teacher training requirements. It also tasks Hungary’s chief public prosecutor with exploring the definition’s incorporation into the training programmes of judges and prosecutors. “The government agrees and supports that historical facts related to anti-Semitism should be taught objectively … further boosting the fight against anti-Semitism,” the resolution says. It also notes the government’s policy of zero tolerance for anti-Semitism.