Liraz Madmony, a 23-year old law student from Sderot, Israel, addressed the UN Human Rights Council Special Session on Gaza in Geneva on behalf of the European Union of Jewish Students (EUJS) on Monday...
In recent days the conflict in the Middle East has spread into violence against Jews on the European continent. We have witnessed assaults against Jewish individuals, arson attacks on Synagogues, threatening statements and other forms of violence in a wave of anti-Semitic attacks.
The Durban Diaries is a detailed version of what happened to members of the Jewish caucus participating in the World Conference Against Racism (WCAR), in 2001 in Durban. This second edition is published in partnership with the American Jewish Committee.
More than 500 Jewish young men and women from across Europe gathered in the port town of Sile near Istanbul as part of a summer programme organised by the European Union of Jewish Students (EUJS).
Hundreds of Jewish students vacationing in Istanbul as part of the European Union of Jewish Students', or EUJS, summer program wrapped up their vacation yesterday, hoping to send Europe an important message about Turkey's relevance.
Program from Summer University 2008 in Istanbul, Turkey. The largest Jewish international event in a Muslim society in modern history.
In other words, Durban became synonymous with hatefest. Just recently, the Brussels-based European Union of Jewish Students (EUJS) published The Durban Diaries by Joelle Fiss, who, in 2001, was EUJS chair.
The Durban Diaries is a detailed account of what happened to members of the Jewish caucus participating in the World Conference Against Racism (WCAR), in 2001 in Durban. This is a day by day -and sometimes hour by hour- testimony from former EUJS chair- person Joëlle Fiss, who led the delegation of Jewish student activists to the conference.