Major international Jewish organizations issue recommendations to combat antisemitism and to promote Jewish life in Europe
Major international Jewish organizations today presented the European Commission with recommendations to combat antisemitism and to foster Jewish life , ahead of the publication of the EU’s first-ever strategy to combat Jew-hatred.
"Theodor & I - Zionism and Young European Jews" Being launched on Yom Haatzmaut, the campaign seeks to start a discussion on Zionism, towards challenging the existing conversation surrounding the concept and ultimately highlighting the plurality of Jewish European identity and Zionism.
INTERNATIONAL ACTION DAY TARGETS VOLKSWAGEN FOR ACTIVE ROLE IN CHINA SLAVE LABOUR REGIME
EUJS Welcomes the Adoption of the IHRA Working Definition of Antisemitism by the Global Student Forum (GSF)
The European Union of Jewish Students (EUJS) welcomes the decision of the Global Student Forum (GSF), the umbrella organization of the world’s major representative student’s federations from 118 countries, made at its Steering Committee Meeting on Friday 26th of February 2021, to pass a motion on combating antisemitism which includes the adoption of the non-legally binding International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) Working Definition of Antisemitism.
Today we are delighted to launch our new and exciting magazine, in partnership with SHIUR International, The Bridge.
EUJS is supported by the European Jewish Fund and the European Youth Foundation of the Council of Europe