The discrimination practiced in some of the European universities against Jewish students, through the medium of numerus clausus laws or procedure, will be submitted to the session of the League of Nations Institute for Intellectual Cooperation which will meet in Geneva in April.
This was decided upon at a conference held at Bierville at the initiative of the International Students’ Service which is affiliated with the Christian Students’ Movement. The conference was convoked to seek ways and means of combating anti-Semitism in the European universities. Forty-eight delegates of student organizations attended. Among them were 25 non-Jews.
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