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Tag Archives: Italy
Source: Mara D’Angeli, Anti-Semitism 2.0, Il Nord, 28 January 2011 Never underestimate the Internet. We soon hear of the importance and potential of this medium, but the risks of the medium are too often unknown or unexplored. The Internet changes … Continue reading
Boom dell’antisemitismo on line, Rai News 24, 24 April 2010 GUARDA IL VIDEO: intervista all’On. Fiamma Nierenstein e Stefano Gatti L’antisemitismo non e’ un problema ebraico, e’ un problema che riguarda la societa’. Questo il messaggio chiave dell’esperto Andre’ Oboler, coordinatore … Continue reading
I met with Australia’s Ambassador to the Vatican, and former Deputy Prime Minister, Tim Fischer in Vatican city.The presentation to Amb. Fischer was a preview of that presented to the Italian Parliament the next day. The discussion covered issues of … Continue reading
The following are the prepared remarks of CIE’s Director, Dr Andre Oboler, for the hearing into online antisemitism of the Italian Parliament. The hearing occurred at 8:30am on Thursday April 22nd 2010. I thank the committee and Fiamma Nirenstein, its … Continue reading
Il Velino reports in Italian on efforts by Dr Oboler, Fiamma Nirenstein and Stefano Gatti to combat hate
POL – Antisemitismo, Nirenstein: Capire diffusione fenomeno su internet, Il Velino, April 21, 2010 (In Italian) Il fenomeno dell’antisemitismo online, specie con la costante diffusione dei social network, costituisce uno degli aspetti piu’ rilevanti dell’antisemitismo odierno. La polizia postale e … Continue reading
This presentation was part of a panel held as a public forum in Rome. Other speakers included Riccardo Pacifici (President of the Jewish Community in Rome), Fiamma Nirenstein (member of of the Italian Parliament and Deputy Chair of the Foreign … Continue reading