NextGen - World Jewish Congress

Empowering today's youth to face tomorrow's challenges

Jewish Life on Campus During the Israel-Hamas War
Following the brutality of the terrorist attacks on October 7th, Jewish students on campus are under attack by their peers and professor. Support Jewish students facing antisemitism on campus by sending an email to university administrators voicing your concern about rising antisemitism.
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Fighting Hate with Facts: A Resource Guide for Anyone Navigating Being Jewish in the Modern Day
Navigating life as a young Jewish leader can be quite overwhelming at times. That's why WJC has created this page to assist you in tackling challenging conversations and delving into topics such as antisemitism, the Holocaust, and more.
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The 2022-2023 Lauder Fellowship concludes successful year
The Lauder Fellowship is an international network of top Jewish student leaders seeking to represent and advocate on behalf of the global Jewish community. The 2022-2023 Lauder Fellowship featured a cohort of 28 Fellows from 14 different countries around the world.
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22 Lauder Fellows convene in Brussels and Israel for the second annual Diplomacy Summit
Twenty-Two members of the World Jewish Congress’ Lauder Fellowship program, hailing from a dozen countries, convened in Brussels and Israel for a crash course in diplomacy and Jewish communal leadership.
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About WJC NextGen

The World Jewish Congress NextGen program supports and empowers the young leaders who are making a difference in their communities today and trains them to be the changemakers of tomorrow.

NextGen works with these next generation leaders to ensure that the Jewish people around the globe are strong, protected, and united in creating a better world. Individuals between the age of 15 and 26 can get involved in WJC NextGen projects and gain valuable insights, learn new skills, and make impactful changes for the Jewish world.

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Fighting hate with facts
A guide to understanding key issues across the Jewish world