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Tag Archives: BDS
Published as: Andre Oboler, Online public diplomacy: When September comes (Part 2), Jerusalem Post Blog, July 31 2011 This is part two of an article on online public diplomacy and the challenge and opportunity September presents for Israel advocates. In … Continue reading
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 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
The BDS Cookbook provides resources and plans of action to students wanting to combat the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement. The site is a collaboration by a group of academics and students concerned about the misrepresentations made by the BDS … Continue reading
The Jewish Chronicle reports on Andre Oboler’s election as an Ambassador on behalf of students to blunt boycott moves
Bernard Josephs, US unions condemn boycott resolutions, The Jewish Chronicle, 16 August, 2007 Leaders of millions of American trade unionists have combined to condemn moves by their British opposite numbers to boycott Israel, describing such actions as an assault on … Continue reading
A presentation to my fellow participants on the Young Jewish Diplomatic Seminar run by the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs. This occurred during the Second Lebanon War. I later presented to future groups of participants on the program.
In July 2005 I presented at Limmud Oz, which took place in Sydney that year. I gave a number of presentations, but the Hate on the Internet one was particularly popular. The presentation looked at a Google search for the … Continue reading