TORONTO, Oct. 15 /CNW/ -
WHO: Leo Adler, Director of National Affairs, Friends of Simon
Wiesenthal Center in Toronto visits Moncton, Friday, October 19/07
to discuss the release of 'Digital Terrorism and Hate 2007', a new
CD-ROM compilation of Internet terrorism and hate-related sites.
The Center will also recognize Moncton's Audrey Lampert who
currently serves as Vice Principal of Queen Elizabeth School and
who has fought tirelessly for human rights, equality and the
protection of the vulnerable in society. Ms. Lampert has recently
been appointed a Member of the New Brunswick Human Rights
Following the News Conference, Mr. Adler and Ms. Lampert will be
available for one-on-one interviews and photographs.
WHAT: - Digital Terrorism and Hate 2007 is based on a review of over
7,000 problematic websites posted by terrorists and extremists,
designed to assist security and law-enforcement officers,
public officials, educators, parents and the news media
throughout North America and the European Union to better grasp
the scope of digital terror and hate.
WHEN: - Friday, October 19, 2007
WHERE: - Crowne Plaza Moncton Downtown
Charlotte Room - 9th Floor
1005 Main St.
CD-ROM copies will be available from Lydia De Santis at
The Communications Group Inc.
ABOUT THE FRIENDS OF SIMON WIESENTHAL CENTER FOR HOLOCAUST STUDIES
Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center for Holocaust Studies is a Canadian
human rights Organization dedicated to fostering tolerance and understanding
through community involvement, educational outreach and social action. With
over 25,000 members of all faiths around the world, the Simon Wiesenthal
Center confronts important contemporary issues including racism,
anti-Semitism, terrorism and genocide. Friends is affiliated with the
world-wide, Los Angeles-based Simon Wiesenthal Center, an accredited
Non-Government Organization with status at international agencies, including
the United Nations, UNESCO, OSCE and the Council of Europe, with offices in
New York, Miami, Paris, Jerusalem, Buenos Aires, and Toronto. Simon Wiesenthal
died in 2005 after devoting his life to preserving the memories of the victims
of the Holocaust, while simultaneously seeking justice for the war criminals.
For further information:
For further information: David Eisenstadt, Lydia De Santis, The
Communications Group Inc., 1-800-267-4476 x36, firstname.lastname@example.org,