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UJS Incubator 2020

 

Welcome to UJS Incubator!

The Union of Jewish Students (UJS) strives to promote peer-leadership and provides opportunities for professional development ahead of graduation.

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Liberation Conference 2020

Do you identify as LGBT+, Woman, Disabled, Person of Colour, Working class? Or are you an ally? 

Then come to our amazing Liberation Conference 2020!

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UJS Presidential Election Results 2020-21

After many years UJS Conference 2019 returned to Leeds, with an attendance of over 100 saw James Harris voted in as UJS President 2020-2021. After a very exciting dual election, James came out on top by 361 votes and will step into office taking over from Esther Offenberg in June 2020.

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UJS Conference 2019 Motions

This year's Conference Motions are now available to view here

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UJS Presidential Candidates 2019

Here are your UJS Presidential candidates 2019!

VOTING IS NOW OPEN!

In order to vote, you will have had to register on the UJS website prior to 12pm on Tuesday, 3rd December. Registered members will receive a voter key via email with a link to vote from Election Buddy - make sure you check all your mailboxes as well as your junk mail. Please contact us if you have any issues.

Sign up for UJS Conference 2019 here!

Register on our website to vote here!

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UJS Presidential Candidate Nominations 2019 - NOW OPEN

Students, it’s your turn!

NOMINATIONS ARE OPEN IN THE UJS PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

Want to be the UJS President 2019-2020? Want to represent 8,500 Jewish students nationally and internationally? Want to lead your national union, create ground-breaking campaigns and combat antisemitism on a national scale?

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UJS Antisemitism Awareness Training

As you may have seen on our social media channels, UJS’ new antisemitism awareness training programme is in full-swing. The training programme, launched this year, provides sessions on antisemitism awareness for students’ union sabbatical officers and staff. The training also gives SU officers and staff the tools to support their Jewish students on campus. The sessions are being delivered by Campaigns Organiser Daniel Kosky and Campaigns Sabbatical Officer Bradley Langer.

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STUDENT'S GUIDE TO THE HIGH HOLY DAYS: Sukkot

Halfway through Sukkot? Not sure what to do for Shmeni Atzeret and Simchat Torah? Need some ideas on how to get the community together? Well UJS is here to help with brief introductions to the festivals and different ways to bring the community together on Sukkot. This sneak preview to the next Student Guide to the High Holy Days has introductions to the festivals, activities and as mandated at UJS Conference, a Sukkot Homelessness Appeal. 

Including ideas inspired by students across campuses, this is a great educational resource useful for every J-Soc and every Jewish Student on campus. 

Made as a great guideline to begin discussion on Sukkot, every J-Soc can tailor it to their own community. It can inspire great discussion surrounding Sukkot and the ideas the Holy Days provoke. 

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STUDENT'S GUIDE TO THE HIGH HOLY DAYS: Yom Kippur

Yom Kippur? Ready to reflect? Staying at University? Don’t know how to get involved? Well, UJS is here to help once again with different discussion points and activities that you can do on and around Yom Kippur to understand and process the High Holy Day. Yom Kippur is a time to reflect on the previous year and look to the year ahead. This sneak preview to the next Student Guide to the High Holy Days has talking points, activities and some words of wisdom to leave you thinking on Yom Kippur.

Including ideas inspired by students across campuses, this is a great educational resource useful for every J-Soc and every Jewish student on campus.

Made as a great guideline to begin discussions on Yom Kippur, every J-Soc can tailor it to their own community. It can inspire great discussions surrounding Yom Kippur and the ideas that the Holy Day provokes.

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UJS Presidential Elections 2019

With the new academic year starting, the UJS Presidential Elections are already approaching!

Here is this year’s Returning Officer with a message for you, along with key dates:

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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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