EUJS vice-president Tomer Weil attended a seminar organized by the European Association of JCCs (EAJCC), the European Council of Jewish Communities (ECJC) and the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) and hosted by the London Jewish Cultural Centre.
On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the European population recalls the genocide perpetrated by the Nazi regime and its allies of millions of Jews and Roma, and the massacre of tens of thousands that did not fit the Nazi ideology, including persons with disabilities, Jehovah's witnesses, homosexuals, and political opponents.
This document presents the main activities the European Union of Jewish Students (EUJS) has planned for the year 2014. Contact the secretariat if you wish to collaborate, participate or support one activity.
EUJS is outraged by the nerve of the Hungarian extreme-right to burn Jewish books on the 75th anniversary of the Kristallnacht
Following the 29th General Assembly of EUJS, held on 29 August in France, the new Presidium of the European Union of Jewish Students has been elected.
Andi Gergely Attented the conference and commemoration of the Roma Holocuast Remembrance Initiative in Krakow organised by Ternype and ERGO in Krakow-Auschwitz.
At the end of June, EUJS organized an in-depth seminar on the rising threat of extremisim on the European continent.
After a week of intense dialogue at the EUJS Seminar in Amsterdam, participants from all over Europe wrote and signed the manifesto against growing extremism in Europe.