All posts tagged Raoul Wallenberg
Descendants of Righteous Among the Nations members – and Australian Jews saved by them – attended the SJM launch of the I Am My Brother’s Keeper exhibition.
Wallenberg biography author Ingrid Carlberg spoke about the significance of Sweden's official declaration of his death at a SJWF event in Sydney last week.
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has called for the truth to be revealed about the fate of Holocaust hero Raoul Wallenberg.
APPROXIMATELY 100 people attended the annual Raoul Wallenberg commemoration earlier this month, held by the Raoul Wallenberg Unit of B’nai B’rith Victoria in conjunction with the City of Port Phillip.
A MASS-circulation Australian postage stamp honouring Raoul Wallenberg, the Swedish diplomat who rescued tens of thousands of Hungarian Jews in the final months of World War II, is set to be issued next month, after a long personal campaign by Judi Schiff of Melbourne.
FORMER prime minister Julia Gillard has taken a swipe at Labor colleagues who place their ties to voters in some Sydney electorates above their support for Israel.
AUSTRALIA’S only honorary citizen, Raoul Wallenberg, will be recognised with a postage stamp.
THE second annual NSW Human Rights Award, which is dedicated in memory of Righteous Among the Nations Raoul Wallenberg, has been awarded to Muslim Women’s Association executive officer Maha Krayem Abdo.
THE Executive Council of Australian Jewry’s (ECAJ) new president will have no trouble learning the ropes when he takes up the post in November.
THE last three years of Parliament have been chaotic and eventful, but Julia Gillard’s personal commitment to Israel and the Jewish community has been unequivocal.