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AEGEE supports the Istanbul Convention

Feb 26, 2018

On 15 February and 22 February, Bulgaria and Slovakia opposed the ratification of the Istanbul Convention on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence. While the European Union signed The Istanbul Convention on 13 June 2017, a number of EU countries have yet to ratify it. In the last few weeks, Bulgarian PM […]

What can you(th) do to tackle migration?

Youth Seminar ' Migration, Free Movement of Refugees - When Dreams Face Death by Drowning ' .Plenary session.

Feb 19, 2018

By Réka Salamon January 30, European Parliament Brussels – the Events and Visitors’ Centre of the European Parliament saw groups of excited students from various parts of Europe entering the gates to discuss one of the most relevant and challenging topics of today’s time. The European Youth Seminar “Migration, Free Movement and Refugees – When […]

Franck Biancheri Award 2018: and the winner is… Aegee-Salerno !

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Dec 13, 2017

After, AEGEE-Delft in 2014, AEGEE-Paris in 2015, AEGEE Cluj-Napoca in 2016, AEGEE-Budapest in 2017… the winning antenna of the AAFB’s prestigious Franck Biancheri Award* in 2018 is … AEGEE-Salerno !!!! For this 2018 edition, the open call for applications launched to all AEGEE antennae resulted in a variety of highly interesting proposals that led to interesting discussions among the members of the […]

Policy Paper on European Citizens’ Initiative

Oct 23, 2017

By Júlia Hanesz Introduction AEGEE / European Students’ Forum is a non-governmental, politically independent, and non-profit student organization, which has around 13,000 members from close to 200 cities and almost 40 countries all over Europe. We strive for a democratic, diverse and borderless Europe, which is socially, economically and politically integrated and values the participation […]

AEGEE Strengthens its Presence in the South Caucasus: EPM Yerevan 2018 – Bridging Europe

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Oct 15, 2017

On 8-12 March 2018, Yerevan will be hosting the European Planning Meeting 2018, which will be organized by AEGEE-Yerevan / Yerevan European Students’ Forum Youth NGO. For the first time in its 32 years of history, the pan-European network of  AEGEE / European Students’ Forum will organise a statutory event  in the South Caucasus, marking […]

AEGEE’s Statement on the recent events in Catalonia

Oct 03, 2017

After years of increasing tension between the Spanish central government and the Catalan autonomic government, in September, the Catalan Parliament approved the call for a referendum on the independence of the Spanish region, which was prohibited by the Spanish Constitutional Court. On October 1st, 2017, the referendum unilaterally declared by the Catalan autonomic government regarding […]

Statement on Gefira

Aug 21, 2017

AEGEE-Europe / European Students’ Forum was founded in 1985 by a group of young people around Franck Biancheri. Our organisation is politically independent and strives for a democratic, diverse and borderless Europe, which is socially, economically and politically integrated, and values the participation of young people in its construction and development. Moreover, as stated in […]

Policy Paper on the Summer University Project and the recognition of AEGEE as a provider of short-term youth mobility programs

Jun 11, 2017

01 | Introduction AEGEE-Europe / European Students’ Forum is a non-governmental, politically independent, and non-profit student organization which has around 13000 members from more than 200 cities in 40 countries all over Europe.[1] The mission of AEGEE is creation of borderless Europe, which could be implemented by giving the young people opportunities of cultural exchange, […]

AEGEE’s response to populism: European Planning Meeting Zagreb 2017

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Feb 07, 2017

Long before President Donald Trump’s victory, Europe’s populist movements have been on the cusp of sweeping far-right, nationalist and euroskeptic parties into power across the continent in a series of upcoming elections. Once consigned to the fringes of the political scene, these parties now legitimately stand front and center alongside their more traditional counterparts. The […]