Assemblée des Jeunes Jurassiens

Assemblée des Jeunes Jurassiens

The Assembly of Young Jurassians | AdJJ is an association whose aim is to promote the associative and political commitment of young people in the Jura and the Bernese Jura. The AdJJ is composed exclusively of young people between the ages of 15 and 25, who seek to organise, coordinate, support and promote events and activities for young people.

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A youth parliament

The Assembly of Young Jurassians | AdJJ also acts as the Youth Parliament. On this occasion, debates in the form of verbal contests are organised regularly. We discuss current issues, project creation, support for existing projects , participation in events, and a wide variety of other topics. We also maintain close national and international relations with other parliamentary organizations for youth.

YOU TOO, PARTICIPATE!

Are you between 15 and 25 years old? Do you want to live a real associative experience? The AdJJ is for you! We offer experience in the organisation and promotion of events, the possibility of running your own events, projects, an opportunity to contribute to the life of the region, as well as a non-partisan space for debate to learn how to express your opinions.  

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Our activities for the moment:

  • Verbal games at General Assemblies
  • Informative workshops on various topics
  • Organisation of debates and round tables on current political events
  • Participation in parliamentary simulations in Belgium, Luxembourg and Valle d'Aosta (IT).
  • Organization of events
  • Support in project implementation

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Upcoming events

  1. Info votations

    04 May @ 8 h 00 min - 17 h 00 min
  2. Info votations

    09 November @ 8 h 00 min - 17 h 00 min

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Banque Cantonale du Jura

In favour of: 
Assemblée des Jeunes Jurassiens

IBAN: CH50 0078 9100 0019 3210 9

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