For the first time, UJS Conference 2020 was held online. Jewish students across the country and abroad saw Nina Freedman, from Bristol J-Soc, voted in as UJS President 2021/2022. After a very exciting election, with 4 candidates going head to head, Nina came out on top by and will step into office taking over from James Harris in June 2021.
UJS is excited to welcome Nina and look forward to her implementing key points from her manifesto, covering a wide range of important topics, around reconnecting UJS.
With a focus on connecting current students with older students, building a strong relationship with the wider student community and reconnecting with Jewish students post pandemic. Nina’s pledges went on to commit to connecting students nationally through large-scale online events and setting up an alumni network to offer career opportunities and advice to current students.
And specifically connecting J-Socs nationally through large-scale online events. Forming alumni network to offer career opportunities and advice to current students. Working with SUs across the country to run Antisemitism Awareness Weeks.
Watch the announcement of the winner and Nina’s winning speech on our Facebook page!
Alongside the Presidential election, a number of motions were discussed in the Campus basket, passed and failed. A full news article will follow after the third day of Conference…