Dozens of Victorian MPs from across the political spectrum gained a deeper understanding of the Victorian Jewish community, Jewish faith and challenges with antisemitism at a special event hosted by the Jewish Community Council of Victoria (JCCV).
Representatives from 17 Jewish community organisations met last week to discuss steps to support women currently in Jewish community leadership positions and ways to create opportunities for more women to take on leadership roles.
For the first time, Victorians will have a better understanding of the nature and prevalence of antisemitism in their state.
In an effort to ensure Jewish patients receive culturally sensitive care when they stay in hospital, the Jewish Community Council of Victoria, in partnership with Beit Rafael, has produced a brand-new booklet called A Guide to Caring for Jewish Patients.
Following the Maccabiah Games Bridge Collapse in July 1997, which took the lives of four Australian athletes and injured many others, our community developed a coordinated response to crisis.