EU and Israel held joint racism conference

By JPOST STAFF
December 7, 2006 20:25

 
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Experts from Europe and Israel held a one-day seminar on in Brussels on Thursday to combat racism, xenophobia and anti-Semitism. Participants looked at ways to work against hate speech on the internet as well as fight prejudice through education and penal legislation. The seminar is part of the joint work the EU and Israel is doing as part of its action plan under the European Neighborhood Policy to stop racism, xenophobia and anti-Semitism.

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