Holocaust to be remembered in new Tasmanian education centre
Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg announced the centre at the Hobart synagogue, which is the oldest in Australia.
There has been no announcement about where the centre will be or when it will open.
There was also no mention of a budget in the article.
However, you can be sure that Mr Frydenberg will be handing over buckets of shekels when the time comes. He has a proven track record.
I wonder how the proposed Education Centre will compare to Tasmania’s well funded Aboriginal Cultural Centre & Museum?
Apparently, Aboriginals had a rough ride in Tasmania in the past.
However, I would never compare them to the most suffering victims in the universe.
Mr Frydenberg's shopping list thus far;
https://www.watoday.com.au/national/wes ... 53kjg.html
$6million for Jewish Community Centre upgrade, including a new Holocaust Museum, announced in December 2019
https://ajn.timesofisrael.com/2-5-milli ... st-museum/
$2.5 million for a Holocaust Museum in Adelaide, announced in October 2020
https://ajn.timesofisrael.com/3-5-milli ... -brisbane/
$3.5million for a Holocaust Museum, announced in October 2020
https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/ ... on-centre/
$750,000 for a Holocaust Museum & Education Centre, announced in January 2021