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AEGEE-Europe launches ‘Faces of Europe’ project

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Feb 01, 2016

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. Faces of Europe was launched on January 7th under the framework of AEGEE’s latest project, Your Vision for EUrope. It wants to collect and spread […]

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

Nov 09, 2015

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. The conference held at Corvinus University in Budapest featured PDU’s patron, Professor […]

AEGEE-Europe joins the ‘eSkills for Jobs’ campaign

Oct 02, 2015

AEGEE-Europe is happy to take part as one of the stakeholders of the “eSkills for Jobs” campaign, a multi-stakeholder campaign from the European Commission involving companies, associations, education and training bodies across Europe. The campaign is aimed to raise awareness of the need for citizens to improve their command of ICT skills for work. According […]

Non-Formal Education Meets Inspiration – University of Youth and Development in Mollina

Sep 30, 2015

The university on Youth and Development in Mollina, Spain is really a unique and inspiring place to be. For the 15th edition of the University, once again over 180 people gathered together for a whole week in a campus outside a small village of Spain. The global village atmosphere and a variety of informal gatherings […]

Inspiring projects by young people at the European Youth Award

Sep 29, 2015

Taking over from Holger Schmitt, Network Director of AEGEE-Europe 2014-2015, our Secretary General, Svenja van der Tol, became a part of the online and onsite Grand Jury of the European Youth Award in the past months. The EYA is a pan-European contest to motivate young people, entrepeneurs and start-ups to produce digital projects having an impact […]

The key findings of the MY-WAY survey on web entrepreneurship support for young adults

Sep 11, 2015

MY-WAY, the two-year project which set out to improve the startup ecosystem for students in Europe, just released a research study based on its recent online survey for young adults and on face-to-face interviews with student support centres. The survey and interviews were implemented to identify the needs and capabilities of the student networks and […]

Policy Paper in Transition from Education to Working Life

Aug 15, 2015

Policy Paper in Transition from Education to Working Life by Pablo Hernández Rodríguez   01 | Introduction. AEGEE (Association des Etats Généraux des Etudiants de l’Europe/European Students’ Forum) was created in 1985 with the vision of creating a unified Europe, based on democracy and a respect for human rights, by bringing together students with different […]

The Comité Directeur 2015/16 of AEGEE-Europe starts its term

Aug 04, 2015

On 1st August, the 53rd Comité Directeur of AEGEE-Europe kicked off its term in our head office, at the Rue du Noyer 55. We are starting this term with lots of enthusiasm, and we are determined to keep bringing the idea of a united Europe closer to young Europeans and support our Network in their initiatives. […]

Open Call for MY-WAY Project Officer

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Jul 31, 2015

AEGEE-Europe is recruiting a Project Officer to work in our headoffice in Brussels.  Job Description Time allocation: part-time (25 hours a week) Starting date: September 1, 2015 (6 months) Responsible to: Secretary General of AEGEE-Europe Salary: 1800 eur/month (bruto)  The Project Officer will manage the implementation of MY-WAY, a two-year long project started on 1st […]

AEGEE-Europe condemns plans to erect a border-fence between Hungary and Serbia

Jun 26, 2015

AEGEE-Europe strongly opposes the plans of the Hungarian government about the erection of the 176 kms long fence along the Hungarian-Serbian border. The fence itself is not only a too drastic and impractical measure, but it also carries an unwanted  symbolism which is against the fundamental ideals of solidarity, human rights, openness and integration, which […]