ADC heads to Parliament to discuss antisemitism on campus

October 9, 2012 Agencies
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The Anti-Defamation Commission of the B’nai B’rith will present a forum on antisemitism at university campuses at Parliament House later this month in a bid to help Victorian universities understand and respond appropriately to the scourge of antisemitism.
The forum on October 25 will be opened by Peter Hall, Minister for Tertiary Education, who will be followed by four other speakers who will make presentations before the forum breaks into small groups to explore and discuss practical strategies for keeping campuses free of antisemitism, according to the ADC.

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2 Responses to “ADC heads to Parliament to discuss antisemitism on campus”
  1. michael says:

    Former IDF member , Commentator on Israeli affairs Ted Lapkin once described Academia

    ‘ ‘as a hot bed of anti- Zionism”….. How true!

  2. Harry says:

    But who is this forum for? Members of the Jewish community? Parliamentarians? Students? Can anyone attend? Why is it in Canberra when most Jewish tertiary students are in Melbourne and Sydney??

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