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Report from Jerusalem: Lauren on her WUJS experience

Report from Jerusalem: Lauren on her WUJS experience Lauren voting for the next WUJS President during Congress. (Photo credit: Alex Balabko) This blog was originally posted on the UJS website. Over five days in December 2017, 165 Jewish students from 36 countries were united in Jerusalem for the World Union of Jewish Students Congress, the umbrella body for Jewish Student associations globally.

February 13th, 2018|0 Comments

Why getting involved in ‘Our Living Memory’ campaign is so important

Why getting involved in ‘Our Living Memory’ campaign is so important Group portrait of students at a Jewish school. Bratislava, Czechoslovakia, 1938 — US Holocaust Memorial Museum This blog was originally published on the NUS website. At the University of Munich in 1942, a group of students known as the White Rose group began to distribute anonymous pamphlets criticising the Nazi regime. They sent them to other German cities, managing to produce 6 different leaflets before being arrested by the Gestapo (the Nazi secret police), put on trial, and killed. Why is this story relevant to British students

January 18th, 2018|0 Comments