AEGEE-Europe / European Students’ Forum
AEGEE was born 27 years ago with the vision of creating a unified Europe, based on democracy and a respect for human rights, bringing together students with different cultural backgrounds. Today, AEGEE is Europe’s largest interdisciplinary youth organisation: 40 countries, 200 cities, 13 000 friends. This network provides the ideal platform for young volunteers to work together on cross-border activities such as international conferences, seminars, exchanges, training courses and case study trips. In line with the challenges young people are currently facing in Europe, AEGEE’s work is focused on three main areas: Youth Participation, Bridging Europe and Inclusion of Minorities.
Membership, starting an AEGEE local
Information for AEGEE members, publications
AEGEE’s partners, becoming a partner
AEGEE-Europe has launched today a new initiative oriented on increasing youth participation in the upcoming European Parliament elections 2014. [...]
Citizens are speaking up loud!. Let’s spread their message! In the feed below you can see every Tweet that includes #OccupyGezi. [...]
Europe on Track, was awarded first prize at the 2013 Charlemagne Youth Prize ceremony on 7 May in Aachen University. [...]
Internet offers us the possibility to create, publish, distribute and consume media content fostering therefore a space of full participation, engagement and self-expression. [...]
Location: Bruxelles Duration: 13 month Start: 8th of April Application deadline: 29th of March Description of the task: AEGEE-Europe is recruiting one research and administrative assistant for its office in the head office, in Bruxelles. [...]
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