Dvir Abramovich slams MAFS star for Hitler Impersonation

AMAZON AND EBAY AUSTRALIA PULL NAZI ITEMS AFTER ADC INTERVENTION

ADC CELEBRATES INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY

Dr Dvir Abramovich, Chairman of the ADC, issued the following statement to mark International Women’s Day: “In honour of International …

ADC CALLS ON TASMANIA PREMIER TO BAN THE PUBLIC DISPLAYS OF THE NAZI SWASTIKA

ADC CONDEMNS NEO-NAZIS IN TASMANIA

ADC WELCOMES ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT MANDATORY HOLOCAUST EDUCATION IN VICTORIAN SCHOOLS

DVIR ABRAMOVICH MEETS WITH VMC CHAIRPERSON, VIV NGUYEN TO DISCUSS ANTISEMITISM

ANTISEMITIC MATERIAL SENT TO JEWISH BUSINESSMAN AND ORGANISATION IN MELBOURNE

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Elie Wiesel Essay Competition

The Elie Wiesel Essay Competition A competition for Year 10 Students in Victoria. The Elie Wiesel Essay Competition encourages students to write a thought-provoking personal essays…
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ADC Gandel Oration 2019

The annual ADC Gandel Oration in Melbourne and Sydney is a highlight of the year. Since 1984 the ADC has hosted international statesmen, academics, judges, Rabbis and politicians who have addressed complex human rights issues with insight, expertise and erudition.

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Click Against Hate

Click against Hate (CAH) is an educational program designed for students in Year 5-6 and Year 7-10.
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