EUJS publishes report about the rise of antisemitism in European universities

The European Union of Jewish Students (EUJS) has published a report on the the Rise of Antisemitism at European Universities as a result of the October 7 Massacre.  

For the compilation, they received more than one hundred and ten (110) reports of antisemitic incidents across Europe.

This report has been sent out to the European Commission, Members of the European Parliament, major Jewish organisations, Heads of Jewish communities, our Partners, Universities, and the press.

You cand read the full report in this link:


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EJC Director of European Affairs addresses high-level UNESCO “Educating against Antisemitism” conference in Paris

The conference brought together school inspectors, teacher trainers, educators, policymakers, and representatives of Jewish organisations and European institutions to share knowledge and good practices on preventing antisemitism through education.