UJS Conference 2020

This is our Conference 2020 page including all you need to know about Conference

What is Conference?

Every year UJS hold an event where you, the students, have voice in what happens for the next 3 years at UJS. You have the opportunity to submit ideas about different projects you want UJS to focus on, raise issues that are happening on your campus, and elect your fellow students to multiple leadership positions within UJS.

This is YOUR chance to have your say and shape your union.

This page includes all the key information you need to get involved with Conference; including a general guide, timeline of all key dates and where to seek support throughout.

 Click here view the motions booklet

 

 

Timeline 

4 November 2020  Conference Sign Ups Open 

4 November 2020 • Conference Motions Open

16 November 2020 • Constitutional Amendments Open

16 November 2020 • Motion Writing masterclass 

22 November 2020 • Constitutional Amendments Close

23 November 2020 • Public Speaking masterclass 

25 November 2020 • Conference Motions Close

30 November 2020 • Conference Motions Published - Click here view the motions booklet

30 November 2020 • Conference Motions Amendments Open

3 December 2020 • Conference Motions Amendments Close

4 December 2020 • Conference Sign Ups Close

6 December 2020 • Conference opens and Presidential election results announced

8 December 2020 • Conference session 2 and National Council elections

9 December 2020 • Conference session 3 and Board of Deputies representatives elections

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Conference Resource Booklet

Conference Constitutional Amendments (will be discussed on day 1 - Sunday 6th December)

Conference 101

Conference and Motion Writing 101

 

 

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About UJS

We are the voice of over 8,500 Jewish students, spanning 60 Jewish Societies (J-Socs) on campuses across the UK and Ireland. We are traditional, progressive, cultural and spiritual; we come from the left, centre and right and can be found across religious and political spectrums.

Together we create and deliver powerful campaigns; fighting prejudice, advancing inclusion, and inspiring education and action on the issues that matter to us. 

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