The Nizkor Project: Remembering the Holocaust (Shoah)

1995 Audit of
Anti-Semitic Incidents

Community Partnerships

The League is committed to working with other organizations and agencies to promote multicultural understanding and anti- racism awareness and action. Through direct community action, coalition building and information sharing, the work of the League is expedited. It is essential that partnerships are formed and resources pooled, particularly during this time of declining resources. Such initiatives of the League as the Interfaith and Intercultural Dialogue programs, such as the Muslim/Jewish Dialogue, the Black /Jewish Dialogue, and the Women's Interfaith Dialogue, are all ways to promote understanding, mediate differences, and to plan and implement constructive inter-community initiatives. The League also continues to be active on provincial and municipal race relations committees across the country, and to strengthen the partnerships with various police Hate Crimes Units, in the spirit of community policing, and to work to ensure safe cities.

The League hosted the 20th annual Media Human Rights Awards in Winnipeg in 1995 to commemorate the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. This annual event is attended by members of the human rights and race relations community, as well as journalists. The awards recognize print and broadcast journalists for outstanding coverage of human rights issues. Media monitoring continues in order to protest against bias and to acknowledge balanced, responsible reporting.

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