EUJS is outraged by the nerve of the Hungarian extreme-right to burn Jewish books on the 75th anniversary of the Kristallnacht
European Union of Jewish Students (EUJS) strongly regrets the decision of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) not to adopt a monitoring procedure of Hungary
The 14th Plenary Assembly of the World Jewish Congress ended on Tuesday. Hundreds of Jewish community leaders gathered from all over the world to the General Assembly of the WJC in Budapest.
EUJS, UEJF and WUJS Speak up: Viktor Orbán, Prime Minister of Hungary, is to speak at the World Jewish Congress General Assembly in Budapest 5th May 2013. Join Jewish Students and do not applaud Viktor Orbán until his government changes its policies
The European Union of Jewish Students joined the numerous NGOs and individuals to commemorate together the loss and seek justice for the victims. In the words of writer and Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel, "Genocide kills twice, the second time by silence."
Jewish, Armenian and Rwandan organisations mark the first European Day for the Commemoration of the Righteous
EUJS strongly condamns the Student council of the University of Budapest (HÖK) for compiling lists of students’ presumed religion, ethnic background including Jewish origins, and political affiliation.
Marton Gyongyosi, MP of the Jobbik party in Hungary called for the Hungarian government to “count the Jews and to make a list of them sitting in Parliament and in the government” on 27. October 2012.
Hope 4 Hanukkah is an initiative to aid and assist the youth who have been living in range of rocket attacks in the South of Israel for too long. The project is being run around the world by everyone who stands in solidarity with the people of Israel and especially its children.
Joint declaration of Jewish organizations and alliances in Hungary against the idolization of authors that spread hatred and anti-Semitism during their lives