Sharing our common past: Christian and Jewish students approach for a better understanding and a better Europe
organized by European Union of Jewish Students (EUJS)
03 July 2012
Young Jews and Catholics come together in Krakow!
Living in multi-faith societies, we often ask:
What divides us? What do we have in common?
How can we work together? What are our roles and niches in contemporary Europe?
It is our pleasure to invite you to an extraordinary seminar tackling those questions and more. We need and appreciate your help in fostering dialogue between young Catholics and Jews! There is so much to do...Be a part of this groundbreaking work!
The seminar will be held during the festival of Jewish culture in Krakow, which is the largest event of its kind in all of Europe.
There will be dozens of concerts, lectures, film screenings and exhibitions... and all of it is at your fingertips. Dive into Jewish Kraków and explore the contemporary Jewish community!
Participation fee: 80 Euros which covers the program, accommodation and kosher food during the entire event. Travel fees to and from Krakow are not included. The seminar starts 3th July and and end on the 8th of July.
If you are interested please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and put in the subject line: "Sharing our common part" and we will be happy to sent you the registration form.
See you in Krakow!