The Structure of AEGEE

Working Groups

Working Groups carry out the thematic goals of AEGEE-Europe described in the Strategic Plan of the organisation. Their goal is to ensure that thematic focuses of AEGEE have been fulfilled.

Projects

Some of AEGEE’s aims are easier to achieve by creating dedicated projects for them: these projects, while fulfilling their aims give birth to discussions, publications and events closely related to a well-defined topic.

Interest Groups

An Interest Group (IG) is an informal group of AEGEE members interested in one particular topic. The purpose of such group is to create a space in AEGEE to gather members with the same interest and provide an open space for discussion for them. It might be an ideal place where ideas for new projects and initiatives spring up.

AEGEE's Current Interest Groups

SUpporters Interest Group

Internet Governance Interest Group

Culture Interest Group

Information Technology Interest Group

Language Interest Group

Gender Equality Interest Group

Society and Environment Interest Group

Migration Interest Group

Commissions, Committees

Commissions and Committees have a supportive role in AEGEE: Committees share much characteristics with working groups, but instead of contributing to AEGEE’s fields of action directly, they help the other bodies by providing them services, information, infrastructure and materials needed to fulfill their tasks.

Their aim of the Commissions is to supervise the accomplishment of the rules which direct the functioning of AEGEE.

Governing Bodies

All the above mentioned bodies are governed and coordinated by AEGEE’s main institutions: the Agora, which is AEGEE’s General Assembly, and the executive board of AEGEE-Europe called the Comité Directeur. The Chair is responsible for AEGEE’s statutory meetings, the Agora and the European Boards’ Meeting.

AEGEE's Governing Bodies