Who are we? AEGEE / European Students’ Forum is one of the biggest youth organisations in all Europe, present in over 160 cities in 40 countries. AEGEE empowers students and young people in Europe to take an active role in society. The organisation aims to create a space for dialogue and learning opportunities as well as acts as their representative towards decision-makers.  Who are we looking for? We are currently looking for a full-time (38 hours/week) Projects & Alumni Relations Assistant to work together with us in our head office in Brussels in the implementation of grant-based projects in the [...]


Policy Paper On Advocating For Comprehensive Sexuality Education For Young People In Europe And The Role Of Youth Led Organisations

Comprehensive sexuality education plays a crucial part in equipping young people with the necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes to further enjoy their human rights. Going beyond their sexual and reproductive health and rights, comprehensive sexuality education empowers youth to navigate their development, feelings and relationships, while living in a safe and inclusive space with their peers. However, across Europe, comprehensive sexuality education differs in its content, the age of delivery and implementation, and many young people still lack the necessary information and skills. Furthermore, there has been a rise of opposition against sexuality education in Europe, which often translates into [...]

Policy Paper On Advocating For Comprehensive Sexuality Education For Young People In Europe And The Role Of Youth Led Organisations2024-05-26T21:28:18+02:00

Agenda 2024-2029: What is new for European education?

 Joint press release of AEGEE-Europe and MEP Victor Negrescu. The spring of 2024 is an appropriate moment to discuss how Europe is seen through the lens of education, but also to propose concrete actions for the European mandate 2024-2029 and the long-term future.  European Student Forum AEGEE-Europe and MEP Victor Negrescu, Vice-Chair of the Committee on Culture and Education, organized on March 5, 2024, in the building of the European Parliament in Brussels the "Agenda 2024-2029: Education" debate. On this occasion, the AEGEE report on the perspectives of educational policies in the 2024-2029 mandate was presented. "We have identified, over [...]

Agenda 2024-2029: What is new for European education?2024-03-08T09:44:41+01:00

Statement | Two Years Since the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

On 24th February 2022, exactly two years ago, Russia launched its unprovoked and unjustifiable full scale invasion of Ukraine. This full scale attack was a further escalation of the ongoing conflict since February 2014, when Russia illegally occupied and annexed Crimea, later supporting separatists in the regions of Donbas and Luhansk, where the fighting was ongoing for 8 years before the escalation.  The full scale invasion has led to immense human suffering, the loss of hundreds of thousands of lives, including tens of thousands of civilian casualties. Since the escalation of the war, nearly 1 800 children have been killed. [...]

Statement | Two Years Since the Russian Invasion of Ukraine2024-02-23T16:57:22+01:00

Statement | COP28

  Sustainability is part of AEGEE's core values and it is part of our strategic plan to work towards a society that respects planetary boundaries in the fight against climate change. In this statement we want to highlight the agreements that have been reached during the 28th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties, COP 28, that was held in Dubai from November 30th to December 12th of 2023 and to raise awareness on the decisions that affect the future on Earth and whose effects might be irreversible. Thereby, we think it is important to express our opinion with regards [...]

Statement | COP282023-12-30T21:48:52+01:00

Statement | Migratory Law

AEGEE-Europe is deeply concerned about the recent reports at the European borders. On June 14, 2023, a fishing boat that departed Libya and was carrying hundreds of migrants sank near the coast of Greece. This tragedy, which resulted in the death of almost everyone on board, happened in a context where both FRONTEX, the EU’s border control agency, and the Greek authorities made no rescue attempts (International Rescue Committee, 2023). More recently, another tragedy occured on August 3, and to this date, only 4 survivors were rescued by a merchant vessel near Lampedusa, while 41 people are still missing (United [...]

Statement | Migratory Law2023-10-19T14:43:55+02:00

European Youth Event 2023

The European Youth Event (EYE) is an initiative organised by the European Parliament, typically held every two years in Strasbourg, France. It serves as a unique platform for young people from all over Europe to come together, exchange ideas, and engage in discussions on various political, social, and cultural topics. The event aims to empower and inspire young Europeans to actively participate in shaping the future of the European Union. During the European Youth Event, participants have the opportunity to attend workshops, panel discussions, and interactive activities, allowing them to express their views on important issues, connect with fellow young [...]

European Youth Event 20232024-02-06T05:47:19+01:00

Position paper on Circular Economy

CIRCULAR ECONOMY MAKES THE WORLD GO ROUND Written by Jana Niedringhaus AEGEE (Association des Etats Généraux des Etudiants de l’Europe/European Students’ Forum) is a non-governmental, politically independent, and non-profit student organisation, which was created in 1985. The mission of AEGEE is the creation of a borderless Europe, based on democracy and respect for human rights, by bringing together 13,000 students in around 150 cities and 38 countries with different cultural backgrounds. We strive for a democratic, diverse and borderless Europe, which is socially, economically and politically integrated and values the participation of young people in its construction and development. Our [...]

Position paper on Circular Economy2021-06-23T15:40:15+02:00

World Refugee Day 2021

The 1951 Convention and the 1967 Protocol Relating to the Status of Refugees defines refugees as people who are unable or unwilling to return to their country of origin owing to a well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group, or political opinion (1). It was signed into law by 146 countries including all European countries (except San Marino and Andorra) and protects the legal status of refugees and commits signatories to ensuring their safety and basic rights such as the right to family unification and the right to non-refoulement (protection [...]

World Refugee Day 20212021-06-23T15:38:52+02:00


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