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In 1977, following a joint initiative from Germany, Italy and Sweden, the European Ju Jitsu Federation (EJJF) was founded. Ten years later in 1987, when all main European Countries were already members of EJJF the scope of the initiative was expanded to the world- wide scenario.

In fact in 1987 the International Assembly founded the International Ju Jitsu Federation (IJJF) EJJF continued its activity becoming one of the continental Unions within IJJF, as EJJU.

After the recognition received by the General Association of International Sports Federations in 1993 and the first participation to world-wide multi-sport event (IWGA 1997), the Ju Jitsu International General Assembly of 1998, in order to meet some public relations requirements towards further expansion and recognitions, decided to change the name from International Ju Jitsu Federation (IJJF) to Ju Jitsu International Federation (JJIF) and Ju Jitsu European Union (JJEU).

Ju-jitsu European Union (JJEU) is a constituent member of Ju-jitsu International Federation (JJIF).

Address of the office:

Am Nepomukplatz 4
76661 Philippsburg
Germany

 

JJEU Flag - horizontal version 

General Assembly - the highest authority within JJEU

(Delegates from member federations and unions)


Auditors Committee

Elected by the JJEU General Assembly.

They Control the book-keeping of the JJEU and audits that the JJEU funds are used wisely.


JJEU Board
- operational and governing body (newly elected at EOC Gent, Belgium, June 3rd 2016 with mandate from 2016 to 2020)

 

 Robert Perc  foto2 by Lija Media SLO
Robert Perc, Slovenia
President
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 Rick Frowyn3
Rick Frowyn, The Netherlands
General Secretary
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 Korn Michael
Michael Korn, Germany
1st Vice President (Senior VP, Treasurer)
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 philippe merlin2
Philippe Merlin, France
2nd Vice President
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 d murgescu
Dana Mortelmans, Romania
3rd Vice President
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JJEU Technical officers
 
 
Christophe Brunet

Christophe Brunet, France
JJEU Sport Director

 
ueli zuercher

Ueli Zürcher, Switzerland
JJEU Referee Committee Director

 
  Anastasios Poulikidis, Greece
JJEU Commissioner for Organisation/Protocol matters at official events
 
JJEU Committees - responsible for various specific tasks
After June 3rd 2016 Committees, Commissioners and Working Groups are in the process of reorganisation!
New information will be published shortly.