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Participate, discuss and shape your future:
jewpa - the 1st Jewish Youth Parliament of Switzerland wants to initiate engagement. It is an event of the Swiss Union of Jewish Students (SUJS) in cooperation with the umbrella organizations SIG and PLJS as well as most of the Swiss Jewish communities.
The aim of the newly formed parliament is that Jewish people (including children of a Jewish father and people in the conversion process) between the ages of 16 and mid-30 come together to identify their specific concerns and finally, by consensus, contradiction or compromise, define the opinion of their generation and pass it on to the established institutions.
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Sponsors & Supporters
Thanks to our sponsors the whole event (including kosher meals and refund for train tickets) is free of charge!
Preparation of drafts for the parliament
Break with coffee and cake
Opening Speech / Message of Greeting
Commission proposals and discussion, votes
End of the event
Workshops on "Politics, Democratic Participation and Parliamentarism" (by Swiss young politicians)
Presentation of the five committees and enrollment
(Finance, Religion, Youth, Politics, Community structure)
Lunch (all together) and time for informal talks
Some VIP guests and speakers attending jewpa 2019:
(click on image for details)
More VIPs to come...
Take the train to "Bahnhof Aarau". From the train station it's 5 minutes by foot. Travel costs to/from Aarau will be refunded on request.
Extra bus from the Romandie (Geneva / Lausanne). You can sign up in the registration form.
Details will follow...
GPS: Obere Vorstadt 10, 5000 Aarau
You are between 16 and 35 years old? Then join us!
The 1st Jewish Youth Parliament of Switzerland gives you the exclusive opportunity to change your future as a Jewish person in Switzerland.
We are debating with the support of Swiss politicians and in the presence of representatives of the Jewish communities and the umbrella organizations SIG and PLJS:
Are our communities still up-to-date or completely obsolete?
What do I expect from a Jewish community?
How should we deal with important topics such as intermarriage, conversion or anti-Semitism?
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