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|Talks, Lectures and Presentations|
Dr Oboler is well known for his talks, lectures and briefings which he delivers to a variety of audiences around the globe.
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The BDS campaign is part of the ‘soft war’ against Israel’s legitimacy. With the first BDS conference taking place in Australia in October 2010, the issue is becoming fiercer and more widespread. Jeremy Jones AM will talk about what the … Continue reading
I presented an extended training session to Hillel staff in Toronto. The session covered online antisemitism as well as positive initiatives to combat it. We also discussed other positive campaigns and campaign strategies.
While in Ottawa I visited Carlton University. They were running a Holocaust Memorial day and I presented on Holocaust denial on the internet. The presentation was left running in a loop as part of the exhibition.
While in Ottawa I gave a guest presentation to a group of year 12 students in after school Hebrew classes. We spoke about the conference, internet antisemitism, and their own experiences. The underlying theme was about Jewish leadership and the … Continue reading
I was invited to attend the Inter-parliamentary Coalition for Combating Antisemitism as one of the Coalition’s international experts. I presented as part of a panel in the Experts Forum along with Christopher Wolf (ADL), Rabbi Abraham Cooper (Simon Wiesenthal Center), … Continue reading
I took part in a two person panel on Wikipedia for the IEEE (The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers). The talk was organized by the IEEE’s Society on Social Implications of Technology and the IEEE’s Computer Society. The Topic: … Continue reading
In October I organized a social media workshop which was run (in slightly different formats) in Sydney and Melbourne. In addition to my own presentation on online distribution and seeding, the workshop in Melbourne included presentations from David Olesker, Ariel … Continue reading
I ran two full day workshops on the Boycotts, Divestment and Sanctions movement ahead of the first national BDS conference in Melbourne. The working groups took place in both Melbourne and Sydney and provided an understanding of global BDS, details … Continue reading
This presentation to teachers at the Australian Jewish Educators Conference introduced Click Against Hate to those unfamiliar with the program. Click Against Hate is a program I developed for the Anti-Defamation Commission as a way of education student sin year … Continue reading
In addition to the amazing experience of attending ROI 5, I was also asked to present as part of a panel on Art, Satire and the Internet. Other members of the panel were Eli Valley, Shai Haddad, and Chari Pere. … Continue reading