Outlines Kodokan Open 2020

Dear friends,

Lets start the year with a great event in Germany…..

8 and 9 February 2020 the International Kodokan Open will take place in Norderstedt, very close to Hamburg.

Kodokan Open is a JJEU supprted event. Also evamluation of the Referees will take place in Norderstedt, so referees wo like to be evaluted, this is a good oppertunity.

Please subscribde your athletes, coaches and referees at sportdata.org

IKO_2020_Outlines_english.pdf

Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year

JJEU Board, commissions, volunteers and staff wishes all relatives of our JuJitsu family a Wonderful Holiday Season and a Happy (2020) New Year.

We are looking forward to see you all soon at one of our great events in Europe.

Not Me, a DJJV program adopthed by JJEU

Not me! – Protect yourself from violence!

Is the, through the German Ju-Jutsu Association (Deutscher Ju-Jutsu Verband) initiated, German wide, federally uniform prevention, self-assertion and self-defence concept. Trained, licensed and at the subject competent course instructors, with appropriate experience, convey our concept age and target group appropriate to the course participants. The course system is targeted towards kids between 5 – 12. This guide is here to help hold up that standard. Here the contents that should be conveyed and are included in the course system, are shortly summed up and illustrated. To protect yourself from violence is an important basic need for every human being. Our course wants to help children learn how to avoid danger, recognize dangerous situations and to defend themselves in an emergency. With our course we want to contribute to children and teenagers being able to grow up into self-confident strong personalities. Therefore our course system represents an additional building block on this road. We don’t promise a hundred percent safety – that doesn’t exist! A hundred percent safety can and should never be promised. Sensibility – to engage with the theme on different levels, is the main focus of our concept. The concept is based on three basic elements: The prevention – The self-assertion -The self-defence To illustrate this and to clarify the different steps we use the so called “Traffic Light Principle”.

The coming months ambassadors of this project will introduce this project in Europe.

For information mail to: Michael.korn

Plakat_NiMi_JJIF.pdf

Fairplay Award for Miss Stamataki Artemis from Greece

Fairplay Award for Miss Stamataki Artemis from Greece

During the European Championship JuJitsu in Heraklion Greece JJEU awarded Miss Stamatki Artemis with the JJEU Fairplay Award.

Miss Stamataki gives great respect and showed excellent Sportsmanship with helping her Russian Opponent, which wash injured on here leg, on the awarding podium, this was together with her DUO partner. This was already great, but after the awards, she, alone and helped her opponent again from the podium. For JJEU this was a excellent moment and therefore we awarded this athlete with the Fair Play Award.