AEGEE issues a range of publications to present the results of its work to partners and members.
Key to Europe
The Key to Europe is AEGEE’s yearbook (annual report). It is issued once per year and contains articles about the activities of the previous year together with an outlook on the following year.
Project Results Booklets
‘Borderless Europe: Blessing or Burden?’ Results booklet
Results of the conference ‘Borderless Europe: Blessing or Burden?’ that took place in Cluj-Napoca, on 6th to 9th May, organised by Your Vision for EUrope Project, in cooperation with AEGEE-Cluj-Napoca and the Association des Amis de Franck Biancheri.
European Planning Meeting Leiden 2016
The EPM Leiden 2016 results booklet includes the main highlights of the two-day conference on the refugee crisis (under the topic ‘Europe vs. the rest – a change of perspective?’), as well as ideas that AEGEE antennae and members can implement on the same topic.
Erasmus Voting Assessment Project
The Erasmus Voting Assessment Final report contains the key findings of the project and highlights the positive impact of the Erasmus Programme on the voting behaviour of young people.
25 Years of Summer University Project
The Summer University Project was founded in 1987 and aims to promote European integration. It is the main tool that AEGEE uses to attain this difficult, but fascinating target. This booklet sums up 25 years of this Project.
Europe on Track
The “Europe on Track” project has been launched to grasp a better future for European students & youth, to find solutions for the pressing issue of the rising rate in youth unemployment, to advocate for a sustainable future and to promote entrepreneurship among young people. AEGEE-Europe / European Students’ Forum, being the biggest interdisciplinary student association in Europe, calls out to its members and all like-minded Europeans, to engage them in the decision-making processes and encourage their contribution in constructing the Europe of tomorrow. The Europe on Track project was awarded the European Charlemagne Youth Prize 2013.
Where does Europe end?
The Where Does Europe End? project is concerned with European identity and the future of European integration. Founded and carried out by members of AEGEE-Europe / European Students’ Forum, the project aimed to examine the physical and mental borders of Europe in people’s perception. In the course of the project, a series of conventions were organised, geographically covering different corners of Europe The Where Does Europe End? project was carried out under honorary patronage of former European Parliament President Jerzy Buzek, and European Commission President José Manuel Barroso.
Beyond Europe Millenium Development Goals Booklet
The Beyond Europe Flagship Project in 2009/2010 aimed to tackle global challanges. One of its sub-pillars was focusing mainly on the UN Millenium Development Goals. This booklet sums up all of the actions implemented in the frames of this action like the case study trips to India and South Africa as well as the final conference on the MDGs in Utrecht in 2010.
Youth Agenda 2009
AEGEE’s manifesto on the parliamentary elections in 2009. It is the result of the Y Vote campaign 2009 that was conducted all over Europe. The opinions of young people have been gathered in 12 conferences on diverse topics like migration and multiculturalism.
Sustaining our Future Results Booklet
Sustaining our Future was AEGEE’s Flagship Project in 2008/2009. This project, initiated and carried out by a multicultural team consisting of young people from different parts of Europe, aimed to raise the knowledge and involvement of European youth and their communities in the topic of sustainable development. This booklet compiles the results of all subactions and events carried out in the framework of this project.
Youth Think Tank “Create and In(ter)novate!”
The Think Tank organised in Brussels by AEGEE was intended to bring together 50 young people from all around Europe to define new, innovative and workable ideas to solve existing issues in sustainability. The heart of the think tank were the companies and institutions that posed cases: real, existing questions that they encountered and would like to have a fresh view or solution for. This booklet sums up the event and provides the reader also with the description of the case studies as well as the solutions developed during the Think Tank.
YOUrope needs YOU! Results Booklet
”Empowered high school students all over Europe” – this is the main aim of YOUrope needs YOU! Through workshop sessions at high schools conducted by university students from different NGOs active in youth work, the project intends to raise awareness on current European matters, show the practical opportunities Europe offers, and encourage young people to seize these opportunities. The use of interactive non-formal education methods will allow the participating high school students to improve their understanding of common European values and perspectives. The sessions are organised by students for students – a great basis for sharing idealism and the conviction to act and experience Europe.
Education Unlimited! Results Booklet
Result book of Education Unlimited – Improving European Education. It was the Flagship Project of AEGEE in 2007. Education Unlimited aimed to inquire about the current situation of higher education in Europe, the implementation of the Bologna Process and the recognition of non formal education.
Non Formal Education Book
Non Formal Education Book, part of Education Unlimited! Flagship Project in 2007. It provides the reader with a comphrehensive overview of AEGEE’s experience in the field of non formal education, presents its definition and lists different methologies and strategies.
Understanding Europe by AEGEE-Ankara
The Understanding Europe Project was aimed at solving the aforementioned problems by raising awareness of high school students on the concepts such as ‘Active Citizenship and Civil Society’ as well as by directing them to be critical, especially, towards the matters on the spotlight, and in the meantime, by encouraging them to overcome their stereotypes. The project utilised non-formal peer education methods while doing so.
The main objectives of this project were to inform high school students on Europe related issues such as “European Identity, Europe and Youth, Active Citizenship and Non – Governmental Organisations”, to nourish their interest in these subjects, to initiate the establishment of “Students Clubs”, which would focus on “Europe” and to build a discussion platform among high schools.
Turkish-Greek Civic Dialogue Project
The Turkish-Greek Civic Dialogue project was one of the large-scale and longterm projects of AEGEE, marking one of its main pillars, Peace & Stability, for three years, between 2002 and 2005. After the establishment of AEGEE locals in Turkey in the 1990s, AEGEE realised the necessity of establishing such a dialogue thanks to its own experience and relations between Turkish and Greek AEGEE members those days. AEGEE, which is always a small playground of European
continent, experienced the negative consequences of Turkish-Greek conflict itself and focused its activities on peace-building between two countries as an organisation acting for peace and stability.