Andrew Steiner is in the news this month with an article covering the creation and capital launch of The Steiner Centre for Compassion and Holocaust Remembrance.
The project has been developed to establish a unique contemporary Centre for Compassion and Holocaust Remembrance in the city of Adelaide. The centre will ensure remembrance to future generations about the Holocaust and commemorate the six million Jews and other innocent victims murdered by the Nazis between 1933 and 1945.
The capital campaign launch for The Steiner Centre for Compassion and Holocaust Remembrance was held on 25 March 2018, with keynote speaker Mr Alpha Cheng, a Canberra based High School Teacher, Multiculturalism and Diversity Advocate and 2017 ACT Young Australian of the Year Finalist. Alpha, the son of Curtis Cheng who was tragically shot by a 15-year old extremist outside NSW Police Headquarters in October 2015, delivered an impassioned address to the many people who attended the launch, encouraging us all to support to the centre.
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