Deputies under 30

What’s a Deputy you ask?

Deputies are the appointed or elected voting body of our organisation. There are two types of Deputies:

Constituent Deputies are appointed by each of our 55 constituent organisations to be their representatives at our monthly plenum meetings. Constituent Deputies represent the interests of their organisations and report back to their organisations on issues that the Board of Deputies is dealing with.
Elected Deputies are elected from a large number of people from the broader Jewish community who nominate to be a deputy. Elected Deputies are people with experience and expertise in particular areas that can assist the Board of Deputies in its work.

Young adults are involved in all aspects of our work. Many are also represented on key committees: Community Relations, Education, Holocaust (Shoah) Remembrance, Public Affairs and Social Justice.