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Succah in the City 2016

Last night UJS, in partnership with BLP, hosted its seventh annual Law Networking Event: Succah in the City.

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Creative student? You'll want in on this!

Applications are open for Incubator 2017!

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UJS comment in response to HASC Report into 'Antisemitism in the UK'

We welcome the report’s in-depth criticism of the NUS National President and her organisation as it tells the world what so many Jewish students have been saying for some time. 

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Succot Lunch and Learn Resource Pack

Download the files below and use them to get discussions going about Succot during your lunch and learn sessions. Don't forget you can also theme your lunch and learn for Yoni's Global Succah!

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Interfaith event at Goldsmiths is a huge success!

Last night (6 October) Goldsmiths J-Soc hosted an interfaith event for over 30 students and faith leaders of various denominations. 

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Freshers 2016, thanks for having us!

As the whirlwind of Freshers 2016 draws to a close, we’re proud to say that we’ve been to over 40 of your campuses. We’ve met countless Jewish freshers and caught up with old friends, enjoyed kosher sweets and homemade brownies at some far-flung campuses and we even heard the Shofar at a few fairs!

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High Holy Days - the Go-to Guide you need!

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Guess who's back...

What a week we’ve had! We’ve travelled by plane, train, bus and car, and some of us have ventured further out of North West London than ever before. We’ve been up to Glasgow and Edinburgh, down to Exeter and Canterbury and at 35 J-Socs in between… And we’re not done yet! Look out for us next week at a whopping 32 more campuses, including Bournemouth, East Anglia, Nottingham and several in London. In the meantime, here are some highlights from the past week…

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UJS comment following yesterday's NUS NEC

It is clear that there are significant issues when it comes to accountability within NUS. For the second meeting running, a question to the National President regarding Jewish students and UJS has failed to be asked.

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Chazak v’Ematz – be strong and have courage, Gilad Erdan MK tells us at Time to Lead

Yesterday UJS (the Union of Jewish Students) hosted its annual training seminar for students heading to campus in the coming weeks. 40 students from 19 campuses across England and Wales gathered to attend Time to Lead in London, where they attended sessions to prepare them for the new academic year.

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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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