Jewish Australians 'want to feel safe': special envoy to combat anti-Semitism

Dana Daniel
Updated July 9 2024 - 6:24pm, first published 12:08pm

Australia's first Special Envoy to Combat Anti-Semitism says Jewish Australians want to feel free to live their day-to-day lives, and safe to "practice and express their religion without fear" as the Albanese government works to repair social cohesion fractured by the Middle East conflict.

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Dana Daniel

Dana Daniel

Senior Political Reporter

Dana Daniel is Senior Political Reporter for The Canberra Times. She investigates and writes about federal politics and government from the Federal Parliamentary Press Gallery. Dana was previously a Federal Health Reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age and has also been a Media Reporter at The Australian and Finance Editor at Contact her on

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