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.
Andi Gergely Attented the conference and commemoration of the Roma Holocuast Remembrance Initiative in Krakow organised by Ternype and ERGO in Krakow-Auschwitz.
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.
A letter signed by more than 150 Members of Parliament from over 30 countries was sent yesterday (18/12/12) to the President, the Prime Minister and the Speaker of the Parliament of Hungary.
Words of Andi Gergely President of EUJS about the success of the Hope 4 Hanukkah project
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.
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.
22 Young Religious Leaders representing the biggest European youth organizations of Bahai, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim, Sikh and Zoroastrian faiths, met in Warsaw, 16-19 September, for 3 days summit and training, pledging for multi-religious cooperation...
Vice-chair Jane Braden-Golay represented EUJS during the one-week seminar held in Bánk, Hungary. Initiated by Marom Hungary and endorsed by the European Commission, „Volunticipate!“ aims to build community across Europe through volunteer work related to social change...