Alan Simons

Born and educated in London, England, Simons worked for various newspapers in England before immigrating to Canada where he resumed his career in the newspaper and magazine field and established a communications company. Currently he publishes a respected international internet news and video service, now in its 11th year of publication, dealing with issues relating to intolerance, antisemitism/virulent Judeophobia, hate, ethno-centric violence, conflict and terrorism. As a diplomat, he served as the Honorary Consul of the Republic of Rwanda to Canada from 1999 to 2002. He has lectured and designed courses as well as been a moderator at numerous institutions in the areas of therapeutic management, communications, religion in politics and has appeared on TV, radio and in the print media. As an author, he is working on his fourth book, a novel, set in France, which addresses cultural diversity issues that go beyond stereotypes in society.

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