During Summer U we started a campaign, raising money for our host country
This year, in preparation for Holocaust Memorial Day, EUJS are campaigning to raise awareness for Holocaust survivors who are currently living below the poverty line.
The European Union of Jewish Students has issued a statement against incitement concerning the recent terror attacks targeting Israelis.
In recent months and weeks huge numbers of migrants have begun making their way to Europe. This phenomenon has culminated in what has been coined the 2015 Migrant Crisis, of which Europe’s refugee crisis is a part. Europe’s refugee crisis has been described as the biggest humanitarian catastrophe of our time. The European Union of Jewish Students and the World Union of Jewish Students want to share the following message: That we have a Jewish responsibility to provide shelter and hope for thousands of refugees who are fleeing war, massacre and social unrest in the Middle East and Africa.