AEGEE-Europe Press Releases

Young Europeans observing Estonian elections with record turnout

Mar 02, 2015

March 1, 2015: Riigikogu (Estonian Parliament) Elections At the end of February AEGEE-Europe deployed 22 observers to Tallinn in order to cover the thirteenth parliamentary election of the republic of Estonia. The mission’s primary aim was to observe the elections and give a general assessment. In pairs of two, the observers visited over 60 polling stations located […]

European students cast a critical eye on Moldovan parliamentary elections

Dec 02, 2014

On the weekend of the 30th of November AEGEE-Europe deployed 22 young observers to the parliamentary elections in Moldova. In pairs of two the observers visited around 50 polling stations,  that were spread out across different neighborhoods of Chisinau. During all stages of election day (opening, voting, closing and counting) no major irregularities were observed. […]

Contributing to democracy in Europe – AEGEE observing the Bosnian elections

Oct 14, 2014

On 12th of October 2014, 17 student members of AEGEE-Europe from 7 different countries were observing the general elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Country is divided into two different entities, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH) and Republika Srpska (RS), of which both were visited. The observers, in teams of two, visited 45 rural and urban […]

Europe on Track 2: The great Finale

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May 15, 2014

31 days, 25 cities and 16 countries since the departure from Brussels on 9th April, the Europe on Track 2 teams arrived at their last stops: Strasbourg and Budapest, respectively. Europe on Track, winner of the 2013 European Charlemagne Youth Prize,was asked to present the project to inspire the more than 5,000 young people meeting […]

Europe on Track 2 empowers European youth to become actors in the construction of the Europe of tomorrow

Apr 15, 2014

AEGEE-Europe launched on Wednesday 9th April the project Europe on Track 2. After presenting the project in the press conference at the European Parliament, six ambassadors divided in two teams began their traveling by train all over the European continent during one month, with the objective of interviewing young people from various backgrounds about their vision of […]

Europe on Track 2 empowers European youth to become actors in the construction of the Europe of tomorrow

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Apr 15, 2014

AEGEE-Europe launched on Wednesday 9th April the project Europe on Track 2 in the European Parliament. After presenting in the press conference, six travellers divided in two teams began their routes, crossing the European continent by train during one month, with the objective of interviewing young people from various backgrounds about their vision of Europe. […]

AEGEE-Europe Regrets the Referendum in Crimea

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Mar 18, 2014

On March 16, 2014, upon the prior decision of the National Rada of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, the referendum was held on the future status of the territory of Ukraine and possible succession of Crimean Autonomous Republic to the Russian Federation. We consider this referendum as illegal and illegitimate and contradicting first of all […]

AEGEE-Europe invites you to our press conference on establishing a pro-European movement in Ukraine

Mar 06, 2014

Context Ukraine needs more than ever a strong civil society, connected with other European organizations and able to provide the citizens of Ukraine with opportunities to participate in the public debate in their country and in the European level. Therefore, on 6th – 8th March, AEGEE-Europe will be in Kyiv as part of the delegation of […]

Erasmus: Will you Vote?

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Feb 18, 2014

Brussels, Belgium – 11th of February 2014 – The Launching Conference of the Erasmus Voting Assessment (EVA) project took place at the European Parliament in Brussels. The European Students Forum (AEGEE-Europe), with the support of its partners – the Erasmus Student Network (ESN) and Generation Europe Foundation (GEF) – organised a conference to launch the […]

Conference on Networking among youth workers – road to greater recognition of youth work at EU level

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Jan 22, 2014

Youth Workers and Non Formal Education are the main drivers to promote lifelong learning processes. Such a processes ensures social and economic development of civilizations, providing the development of personal and social skills and therefore can play a key role in improving the employability and mobility, as well as on the recognition of competences gained […]