David Appletree: Spoke at WUJS Congress 2009: "Unlocking our Future"


We're thrilled and honored to announce that the founder of the JIDF spoke at the World Union of Jewish Students Congress this year, alongside the IDF Spokesperson's  Unit (דובר צה"ל‎).  

The WUJS represents 1.5 million Jewish students, worldwide, and their elected representatives are in Israel this week. The conference was sponsored by the World Jewish Congress, World Zionist Organization, Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Israeli Knesset, and others.

David is among many other Jewish and Israeli leaders to address the WUJS Congress, and spoke via satellite. He discussed the work of the JIDF in general and went into detail about some of our campaigns. Below is more about the conference from the homepage and the from the WUJS Chairperson, Chaya Singer:

Welcome to the WUJS Congress 2009, "WUJS 3G - Unlocking our Future".

The soul of an organization lies in its capacity to evolve. In athe tradition dating back to 1924 under the chairmanship of Albert Einstein, the Annual WUJS Congress once again brings together elected representative Jewish student leaders from around the globe, to assess and confront the contemporary face of the age-old challenges facing Jewish students.

"WUJS 3G - Unlocking our Future" will focus on engaging Jewish students in the use of new media and technology as the primary tool of our generation to unify and represent Jewish students, and to organise our efforts in combating Anti-Semitism.

This year the Congress will take place in Israel's eternal capital, the City of Jerusalem. The schedule boasts leading experts, exceptional young innovators, diplomats, politicians and academics, and includes private sessions at the Knesset and the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The program has been tailored to provide an exclusive menu of keynote addresses, expert skills training sessions and facilitated participant-based discussions. Key issues of the day have been identified and will be addressed in track sessions, aimed at creating an innovative, cutting-edge program of action for WUJS 2010 and beyond.

I believe success will be dependent upon our courage to embrace bold, unconventional solutions, but as in the past, we need to twin our heritage and tradition of free thinking to find dynamic ways to unlock our future.

Yours in solidarity,

Chaya Singer

Chairperson
World Union of Jewish Students
The following is the plenary, showing other speakers involved:
Opening Event: Looking Forwards with 20/20 Hindsight Vision- A conversation with Former WUJS Chairs

Panel:
50's: Manfred Gerstenfeld
60's: Micheal Hunter
70's: Ilanit Malchior
80's: Benji Rothland
90's: Yossi Abromowitz

Date: Monday, December 28, 2009: 17:00-18:00
Location: Yehuda Hostel, Einstein Hall

Opening Ceremony
Keynote:
Minister Yuli Edelstien, Public Diplomacy and Israel Affairs

Greetings:
MK Shai Hermesh, Chairman, World Jewish Congress (WJC), Israel Branch
Gael Greenwald, Head of Hagshama Department, World Zionist Organization (WZO)

Date: Monday, December 28, 2009: 19:30-21:30
Location: City Hall, Jerusalem

Morning Plenary Session
Keynote:
Abe Foxman, National Director, Anti-Defamation League (ADL)
MK Shaul Mofaz

Date: Tuesday, December 29, 2009: 9:00-11:00
Location: Yehuda Hostel, Einstein Hall

Night Plenary Session

Date: Tuesday, December 29, 2009: 22:30-23:30
Location: Kotel

Morning Plenary Session
Speakers:

MK Zev Bielski
MK Anastasia Micheali
MK Nachman Shai
MK Nitzan Horwitz
MK Uri Orbach
MK Shai Hermesh

Keynote:
Minister Isaac Hertzog

Date: Wednesday, December 30, 2009: 9:30-12:30
Location: Knesset Hall


Afternoon Plenary Session

Keynote:
Deputy Foreign Minister Dany Ayalon
Yehuda Ya'acov
Daniel Taub
Ilan Shtulman

Date: Wednesday, December 30, 2009: 14:00-17:30
Location: Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs


Evening Plenary Session
Keynote:
Head of Opposition, Tzipi Livni
Canadian MP Irwin Cotler

Date: Wednesday, December 30, 2009: 19:30-21:30
Location: Yehuda Hostel, Einstein Hall


Morning Plenary Session
Keynote:
Aliza Landes, IDF SPokesperson's Unit
David Appletree, Jewish Internet Defence Force (JIDF)
Dr. Ra'anan Gissen, Former Spokesman PM Ariel Sharon

Date: Thursday, December 31, 2009: 9:00-11:00
Location: Yehuda Hostel, Einstein Hall

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