On the 24th Of November, during its General Assembly in Novi Sad, Serbia, the European Youth Forum has passed the motion, “Combating Antisemitism: Young people’s responsibility” and adopted the IHRA working definition of Antisemitism!
Join us for EUJS' 40th Anniversary Gala on the 2nd of December in Brussels! Our alumni, partners, supporters and current student leaders are all part of the EUJS family! So whether you consider yourself an uncle, a distant cousin, a great-grandfather or mother, on the 2nd of December we'll all be together for the family reunion.
Register here now: https://goo.gl/ZpPWQA
The European Union of Jewish Students, reflecting Europe's Jewish youth community, values diversity and inclusiveness. We take pride in promoting interfaith and intercultural dialogue and work everyday to bring European minorities closer together. As we cherish Israel's commitment to the Diaspora, we expect it to uphold these basic and necessary values.
Once again this year, from July 1st to 5th, 20 exceptional student leaders from all over Europe, but also Israel, South Africa and even Guatemala were given the unique opportunity to experience the UN first hand and to get acquainted with the workings of the UNHRC.
EUJS is supported by the European Jewish Fund and the European Youth Foundation of the Council of Europe