Do you want to enable people to seize their potential of contribution to Jewish life? Do you want to develop your skills as a facilitator and trainer, so that you can more effectively transmit knowledge? And do you want to have concrete opportunities to work with Jewish groups, inspiring them to become active contributors to their community? Then the Generate "Train-the-Trainers" seminar is your chance!
Join us in Brussels Feb. 1-5 2015 for a chance to hear from world-renowned experts, learn from influential global activists and lobby key decision-makers in the EU and NATO on anti-Semitism, Israel and other important issues for our community!
Join Jewish student leaders, activists and informal educators for a five-day seminar with leading experts and educators on the Shoah, and discover new perspectives and debates on the Shoah and its impact on our communities today. This is a joint seminar by EUJS and the World Union of Jewish Students together with the Yad Vashem International School of Holocaust Studies, and will take place in Jerusalem from December 21st to 26th 2014. APPLICATIONS ARE CLOSED.
Have you ever taken part in Gay Pride? Have you heard of Sheryl Sandberg’s „Lean In“ or tweeted under the Hashtag EverydaySexism? Chances are, yes. Because more than ever, gender equality and equal rights for LGBTQ are in the news and topics of public debate. But what's going on in our communities, student unions and synagogues? Join EUJS in partnership with CEJI - A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe this winter in London to learn, discuss and meet community activists!
This joint seminar with Armenian and Roma youth leaders will tackle the question of minorities and diasporas and of their relationship with public authorities.
Join the team that makes Summer U happen! EUJS offers this possibility to interested individuals all around Europe.
Remember the past, act in the present, and change the future! Come and join the EUJS delegation to the “Roma Genocide Remembrance Initiative”! Marking the 70th remembrance day of the Roma Genocide on August 2nd, 1'000 young Roma and non-Roma from all over the world will gather in Krakow for workshops, sessions, exhibitions and performances, from July 30th to August 4th.