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This Seat Is Reserved - #BringThemHomeNOW!

UJS is launching the ‘This Seat is Reserved’ campaign.

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Jewish students should be able to be safe on university campuses

UJS Head of Campaigns, Guy Dabby-Joory wrote for Wonkhe calling on universities and students' unions to do more to protect Jewish students.

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UJS Launches New Campaign: Stand Against Terror. Stand Against Hamas.

UJS has launched the new campaign Stand Against Terror. Stand Against Hamas. 

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UJS Support for Students During The War In Israel

UJS has implemented a number of support measures for students at this difficult time. 

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UJS Response To Hamas' Atrocities In Israel

UJS' Response To The Atrocities Committed By Hamas In Israel (7-8th October 2023)

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The 87th Anniversary of the Battle of Cable Street

Read Campaign Officer, Emi's reflections on the Battle of Cable Street on it's 87th anniversary. 

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UJS Launch Apprenticeship Network

The organisation representing nearly 9,000 Jewish students at 70 Jewish societies across the UK and Ireland has launched a network for sixth form students and anyone undertaking an apprenticeship.

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UJS Statement on IRGC Talks at British Campuses

UJS is disgusted that senior members of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps have been speaking on several campuses across the UK.

These commanders boasted that the Holocaust was ‘fake’, that they trained al-Qaeda terrorists, and urged students to join ‘the beautiful list of soldiers’ who would fight and kill Jews in an apocalyptic war. We are deeply concerned for Jewish student welfare.

This can never be allowed to happen again.

We will seek urgent meetings on behalf of Jewish students with senior university leaders and the Government to ensure Jewish students can be safe on campus, free from this hatred that has no place in our society.

OPINION: I fear a worrying trend of Israel apathy among future community leaders

'Jewish students must be able to reclaim Zionism from extremists who attempt to define Zionism on our behalf,' writes Edward Isaacs, president of the Union of Jewish Students

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