DRJUG e.V. will hold its Board election on April 11, 2021. You now have the opportunity to run for a position in our presidium for the upcoming two years and experience and shape the German-Russian relations first hand! See the vacant positions here.
Are you interested or do you have any further questions? Do not hesitate to contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications must be submitted no later than April 10, 2021 (18.00 CET).
The VIII German-Polish-Russian Trialogue will take place from May 17 - 21, 2021. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we will welcome our participants in the online setting. This year's Trilateral Youth Forum will feature panel discussions on green energy policy, global health and the role of mass media in trilateral relations. Registration is open until April 30, 2021. Apply now!
Discover how DRJUG e.V. developed over the past year and learn how the association dealt with the particular circumstances caused by the COVID-19 pandemic - all covered in a completely redesigned format!
DRJUG e.V. publishes an annual report every year in order to provide public disclosure of its operating and financial activities over the past year.
Dates and formats may change due to the ongoing pandemic and its restrictions.
November 24, 2020
DRJUG e.V. at CPH Conference on Western-Russian Relations
Board member Mikhail Polianskii took part in the Copenhagen Conference on Western-Russian Relations which took place on November 20, 2020. He was invited as a speaker on the Panel called “The Future World Order” (see program for further details). The conference was aimed at exposing fundamental disagreements and forwarding mutual understanding between the West and Russia. Moreover, the organisers tried to integrate different perspectives of journalists, diplomats, politicians and representatives of academia on the most pressing and relevant issues in the relations between two sides, such as dis-information, cyber-warfare and ideological differences.
Mit außerordentlicher Bestürzung haben wir den Artikel von Bild-Reporter Julian Röpcke mit dem Titel „Maas-Amt bezahlte Reise in die russische Botschaft“, erschienen am 30. September 2020, zur Kenntnis genommen. Die darin enthaltenen falschen Schlussfolgerungen möchten wir entschieden zurückweisen.
For many years, our association has brought young people together to become future ambassadors, to be a common voice of a new generation and to grow as leaders of today and tomorrow. Having these goals is impossible without being true to the key principles we all admire and put in front of every action we take. We are delighted to build bridges between our nations and we truly believe that an ability to listen and to hear each other is the key to a common wealth, prosperity and progress. With this in mind, we are pleased to announce that we have released our short, understandable and principle guided Code of Conduct of DRJUG. Learn more.