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Sunday, June 7 • 7:30pm - 8:30pm
Is everything unprecedented? Gauging antisemitism in an age of hyperbole

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When you hear pronouncements about how bad antisemitism is, or to the contrary why it is no great problem, have you ever wondered what the speaker is using as the basis for the claim? What data is available, how is it collected, who collates it and who uses it honestly? How did the European Union and later the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance develop guidelines and definitions to enable responses to antisemitism? What motivated the London Declaration by Parliamentarians condemning antisemitism? Perspectives based on more than thirty years studying the data, participating in conferences and formulating policies.

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Jeremy Jones

Writer, public speaker, dialogian, researcher, photographer, traveller, Pentecost Islander initiate, Australian Human Rights Medal Winner, Australian representative at UN meetings and Asia/Pacific Dialogues, Multicultural Advisor, anti-racism activist, cartoon character on Japanese... Read More →

Sunday June 7, 2020 7:30pm - 8:30pm AEST