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a Lifelong Commitment to Their Jewish identity, Israel
and Jewish Peoplehood

Accelerate

‘Accelerate’ is a new AUJS program that provides students with the opportunity to explore their connection to Israel and engage in complex conversations. Apply now!

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  • AUJS VIC AGM 2021

    Members from near and far, you are hereby invited to attend the AUJS Victoria 2021 AGM! Read more

  • AUJS NSW AGM 2021

    Join us to elect the 2022 NSW Regional Executive at the 2021 AGM! Read more

  • Annual General Meeting 2021

    Join student leaders from around Australia and New Zealand to discuss policy, set the course for 2022, and elect our next Executive Committee! Read more

Connect - The AUJS Blog

  • The Shared Table

    AUJS NSW Leadership and Development Officer, Sarah Sack, writes an inspiring article about the power of transformative events and standing up for change. Read more

  • The Secret To Happiness

    When you google “Happiness”, what you’ll see are a series of self-help and psychology websites with practical advice and philosophies on how to be happier. The surprising fact is that while the research suggests one thing, our collective sense of how to be happy is so far from reality. To find out more, check out AUJS Member, Sofia Majzner's take on the secret to happiness. Read more

  • The Changing Role Of Religion In Australia

    According to the 2016 Census, 38.7% of Australians aged 18-34 claim to have no religion. What impact is this rise in secularisation having in Australia? AUJS Member, Lachlan Corne, explores this issue in his piece, The Changing Role of Religion in Australia. Read more