News from the JHC

The Jewish Holocaust Centre (JHC) in Melbourne is the latest beneficiary of election campaign spending, with the museum set to receive a $7,700 grant under the government’s Building Multi-cultural Communities Program scheme.

Funding for the grant has already been included in the budget and will help with the centre’s “many projects”, according to a release from the ALP. The Minister for Multicultural Affairs, Senator Kate Lundy, said the centre’s work was important to the Victorian community.

The Jewish Holocaust Centre seeks to appoint an outstanding, committed and experienced educator with exceptional teaching skills.

The appointee will lead a well-established and successful department dedicated to developing museum-based educational programs.

By Phoebe Roth, Australian Jewish News
Senators Scott Ryan and Mitch Fifield, together with Liberal candidate for Melbourne Ports Kevin Ekendahl, hailed the work of the Jewish Holocaust Centre (JHC) following a tour of the site on Monday 22 July 2013.

Holocaust Survivors’ testimonies, artefacts, photographs and stories packaged as an iPhone App was launched in July at the Jewish Holocaust Centre.

Students and members of the public can download this free cutting-edge ‘Storypod’ App at the Apple App Store.

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Holocaust survivor-guides Kitia Altman and Abe Goldberg were recently honoured with an Order of Australia Medal (OAM) following the Queen’s Birthday award announcements.

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