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Updated Motion on Combating antisemitism & fostering Jewish life: Young people’s responsibility

20/05/2022

Today, persisting stereotypes, insults and physical violence are experienced on a daily basis by members of the Jewish community across Europe. 45% of young Jews 16-34 have experienced antisemitism. This gives young people all across Europe the responsibility of being core allies to Jewish Students and young Jewish Europeans.

This document lays out concrete policy actions, holds the EU and Member States accountable, stresses the importance of civil society organisations and targets the youth with specific measures on education.

Updated Motion on Combating antisemitism & fostering Jewish life: Young people’s responsibility

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