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In May, we were invited to the Mayor's annual luncheon in support of the City of Vaughan. Mayor Bevilacqua who is on the board of AGPI presented an updated about the City of Vaughan.
In May, AGPI's World Action program travelled to Poland to provide relief to Ukrainian refugees. The organization raised thousands of dollars, donated 200 pounds of essentials and volunteered in a refugee relief center.
In April, AGPI hosted a Yom Hashoah event in partnership with Israel's Consulate. In attendance were a large number of Consul Generals from numerous countries to help mark this important occasion and support AGPI.
In April, AGPI held high level meetings in Casablanca and Rabat, Morocco to establish partnerships and promote The Abraham Accords. Newly elected Mayor Nabila Rmili welcomed AGPI to her office at City Hall.
In March 2022 we met with senior government officials in Argentina to discuss human rights and terrorism. President Fernandez welcomed us at a special meeting held in the presidential palace in Buenos Aires.
Ontario Provincial Police Commissioner Thomas Carrique welcomed AGPI to Headquarters to stand up against racism and discrimination.
In January 2022 Police Chief Adam Palmer and Councillor Sarah Kirby-Yung and senior police leadership launched Power of One in British Columbia
On November 14, 2021 - Dr. Philip Solomon and Dr. Mark Korman hosted the launch of AGPI's new Board of Governors at Donalda Golf Club.
On November 3, 2021 - Associated Hebrew School students kicked off The Power of One exhibit and educational program about making the world a better place.
In November 2021 - We met Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg (middle) on the occasion of the inauguration of Austria's new Shoah Wall of Names.
In November 2021 - We attended a conference against Antisemitism in European soccer in support of Vienna's signing of IHRA declaration.
In October 2021 - We took our voice to the UN by calling on officials to be fair to Israel. As such, the organization met with various UN officials.
In October 2021 - In recognition for advancing human rights, AGPI presented Canada's Ambassador to the UN with its first annual human rights award.
In October 2021 - We met with a wide range of Ambassadors from the UAE, Bahrain, Morocco, Australia, Austria, America, Canada and Israel.
In October 2021 - AGPI met with key leaders in Israel's Knesset for roundtable discussions on security, human rights and freedom and democracy.
Starting our series in September, our Director of Education, Dr. Neil Orlowsky has led a number of sessions on Antisemitism and our speaker series.
In October 2021 - We met with Israel's Minister for Diaspora Affairs, Nachman Shai in the Knesset to discuss Antisemitism and concern in the diaspora.
In September 2021 our leaders gathered for a Covid friendly briefing and roundtable discussion with a top UN official.
In August 2021 - Every good advocacy and education organization needs a great committee! We are proud of the teachers who help us advance education.
In August 2021 - We came online with the launch of our website at a summer gathering. The launch was well attended with many wonderful guests.
Our ThinkTank Centre regularly publishes columns and makes the front page of Canada's top newspaper. We are often cited in the news.
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On November 17, 2021 - Halton Region Police launched The Power of One Exhibit at its headquarters with community leaders.
On November 7, 2021 - to mark Kristallnacht, we pulled together speakers and participants from around the world to combat Antisemitism.
Hundreds of people attended AGPI's commemoration of International Holocaust Remembrance Day in tribute to 4 Holocaust Survivors.
In December 2021 - Toronto's Police Chief James Ramer hosted AGPI at headquarters to denounce Antisemitism and promote human rights.