All posts tagged Noa Bloch

Forging partnerships to fight injustice

After participating in the AUJS Holocaust Education Tour, I am now confident that AUJS will no longer protest against antisemitism on campus alone.

Morrison’s imperfect but praiseworthy Jerusalem move

Although the Prime Minister limited his recognition to West Jerusalem, he did not conclude that part or all of East Jerusalem would necessarily be the capital of a future Palestinian state.

Uni SRC condemns AUJS

THE University of Sydney's Student Representative Council (SRC) has responded to the Australasian Union of Jewish Students' (AUJS) complaint about student magazine Honi Soit glorifying a terrorist on its cover – by condemning AUJS.

Student politics has taken a foul turn

Student politics has undeniably taken a foul turn. University campuses are meant to encourage robust debate and academic discourse. Yet, elected representatives at the University of Sydney are utilising bullying, intimidation and scare tactics to silence opposition and disseminate a distorted view of the Israel–Palestine conflict.

Terrorism glorified: Outrage over University of Sydney student magazine

The editors responsible for a University of Sydney student magazine cover depicting a suicide bomber who killed more than 50 people – including several Israeli and Lebanese soldiers – have defied calls for an apology.

Transmission, continuity and unparalleled access

At this time of year, when we reflect on the transmission of the Jewish narrative from parent to child, we should also reflect on the transmission of communal responsibilities to the youth of our community.

AUJS’ new leadership line-up

THE Australasian Union of Jewish Students (AUJS) welcomed a new national executive for 2018 at its annual general meeting last week.

Our Victorian duxes a class act

AFTER two years of study and stress, the top students from Melbourne’s Jewish schools can now breath a sigh of relief after finding out their results.