Keep NSW Safe celebrate first anniversary

August 7, 2019 by J-Wire Newsdesk
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Members of the Keep NSW Safe alliance gathered for a celebratory reunion to mark one year since the NSW government outlawed incitement to violence on the basis of race, religion, gender, sexual identity and various other categories.

he Board of Deputies was represented at the reunion by president Lesli Berger (left), CEO Vic Alhadeff (who also serves as the Keep NSW Safe spokesperson), executive member David Ossip and Public Affairs Manager Byron Danby (right).

The NSW Jewish Board of Deputies spearheaded the three-year campaign as part of the Keep NSW coalition, which comprises 34 ethnic communities.

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