Everything what happened in the Summer U in Hungary is now available online. Read about the biggest European Jewish student event of the year!
A leading European body, the Committee on Equality and Non-Discrimination of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe has accepted a representative of a Greek neo-Nazi political party.
Laszlo Csatary helped deport 15,700 Jews during the Holocaust. He was found in his 2-bedroom apartment in Budapest by the Simon Wiesenthal Center. He must be arrested!
Joint declaration of Jewish organizations and alliances in Hungary against the idolization of authors that spread hatred and anti-Semitism during their lives
EUJS vice-president Jane Braden-Golay joined 35 young leaders from Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, representing the biggest European faith-based organizations as well as social activists and journalists, for a four-day seminar and training session.
EUJS vice-presidents Jane Braden-Golay and Eric Kounio, along with EUJS executive director Deborah Abisror, attended the European Council of Jewish Communities’ Fourth Meeting of Presidents, organized in partnership with JDC and held in Barcelona, Spain.
This week, EUJS Vice-President Jane Braden-Golay took part in the European Youth Forum delegation to a series of events promoting worldwide dialog and solidarity in Maribor, Slovenia.
EUJS is honored to have been invited to the European Jewish Congress (EJC) Executive meeting in Prague 16 May 2012. Jewish community leaders from all across Europe gathered for one day in the breathtaking capital of the Czech Republic to tackle current issues and challenges of Jewish communities, share obstacles and strengthen the relations between the Jewish communities of Europe.
In discussions about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, reference to a UN resolution tends to charge the individual’s argument with unique powers. The UN is, invariably, an all-out, exclusive, power-pack trump card.
By: Kristina-Ruth Vasileva. Somehow before visiting and learning more about the United Nations, I thought that this institution should be an ultimate human rights defender, whose views are more or less objective and truthful, fighting the world’s biggest injustices.