The applications for our biggest General Assembly in a long time, Spring Agora Bergamo 2016, are open! Don’t miss the #AgoraOfThe1000 and apply until the 24th March!

‘Faces of Europe’ is a photoblog series launched by AEGEE-Europe! The aim is to make Europe more personal through different stories and voices from all over the continent. 16 European photojournalists are making it happen!

The conference “Borderless Europe: blessing or burden?” will take place from the 6th until the 9th of May in Cluj-Napoca to discuss the challenges that Europe’s internal and external borders are facing. Join us!
Europe on Track is back! From the 20th April to the 20th May, 6 travelers will travel to several European cities and gather young people’s views on a borderless Europe!
AEGEE’s activities are focused on Intercultural Exchange, Personal Development and Non Formal Education, Thematic Projects, Advocacy and Policy and Forum for Discussion.

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AEGEE-Europe News

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AEGEE’s Night of the Seven Antennae wins the National Charlemagne Youth Prize in Bulgaria

The Night of the Seven Antennae, the AEGEE-Europe project that connected the AEGEE locals in seven different European cities in April 2015, has been selected as national winner of the Charlemagne Youth Prize 2016 in Bulgaria, represented by AEGEE-Sofia. [...]
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Borderless Europe: Blessing or Burden?

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Open letter – Presidents of pan-European youth organisations call upon the European Council to preserve the Schengen principles

AEGEE-Europe signs the open letter to Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, initiated by JEF-Europe. [...]
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AEGEE-Europe launches ‘Faces of Europe’ project

Inspired by the famous Humans of New York, AEGEE-Europe launched Faces of Europe, a photoblog that aims at making Europe more personal and exploring the human diversity of our continent. [...]

AEGEE-Budapest organises ‘Refugees in Hungary – recent events in light of the migration policy of the EU’

From left to right: the PDU’s Veronika Czina, Carlos Puente, Pétér Balázs and András Kováts. On September 23, 2015 AEGEE-Budapest co-hosted a panel discussion together with the Project for Democratic Union on the Hungarian refugee crisis in light of the EU’s current migration policy. [...]

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AEGEE has provided me a way to explore and discover myself. AEGEE has a way of connecting people from different backgrounds, which brings together an awesome synergy of thoughts, that can go beyond what we as individuals think is not possible. I have had the privilege to be surrounded by these amazing people that know that they can make a difference and who have proven that even one person is enough to do great things.
Jüri Kirpu, AEGEE-Tallinn