- Statement from NSWJBD regarding Knox Grammar School 31 Aug 2022
The NSW Jewish Board of Deputies is horrified by reports high school students in Sydney are expressing antisemitic and pro-Hitler sentiments online. To glorify and praise an...
- Dissolve Nazi artwork donor Bob Sredersas’ collection, says former Wollongong gallery director 29 Aug 2022
August 28, 2022
A former director of Wollongong Art Gallery has called for the institution to dissolve the controversial Bob Sredersas collection and send a clear message to the global art world.
Earlier this year it was revealed Bronius “Bob” Sredersas, an art benefactor who bequeathed dozens of works to the Wollongong gallery before he ...
- Religious bullying ‘rampant’ in schools, says report 25 Aug 2022
Report co-author Suzanne Rutland says the project had exposed ‘disturbing cases’ of religious vilification across schools in Melbourne and Sydney. Picture: Georgia Court Nicholas Jensen The Australian...
- Statement from NSWJBD regarding Walt Secord MLC 19 Aug 2022
The NSW Parliament has had no stronger advocate for multiculturalism and communal harmony than Walt Secord.
He has been a staunch and loyal friend to the Jewish community and other faith and multicultural communities throughout his time in Parliament.
He always made the time to listen to our concerns and work towards meaningful change for the good ...
- ‘Game-changing’ bill bans Nazi symbols 18 Aug 2022
THE NSW Jewish Board of Deputies (JBD) has been commended for its role in the bill to ban the public display of all Nazi symbols without a reasonable excuse across New South Wales.
The bill passed both houses of NSW Parliament last week with unanimous support (including from the Greens) and is a historic moment for ...
- Changing of the guard at the NSW Jewish Board of Deputies 16 Aug 2022
David Ossip was elected as the President of the NSW Jewish Board of Deputies at its annual general meeting on Tuesday night. David will succeed Lesli Berger who served as President for four years.
Despite David, 30, being one of the youngest Presidents in the Board’s 77-year history, David is no stranger to both communal and ...