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Our Local of the Month August, AEGEE-Nijmegen, on bridging the gap with the EU Level

Our Local of the Month August, AEGEE-Nijmegen, on bridging the gap with the EU Level

By | September 5, 2014 at 1:05 pm

AEGEE-Nijmegen has lots of interesting upcoming plans! After having organised a very successful Summer University with AEGEE-Enschede and getting their members involved in some AEGEE-Europe projects, the local has been working hard to bridge the gap with the European level by...

Posted in: Local of the Month, Network

SU Story of the Week: Out of the box! Can you handle it? – AEGEE-Brno’s Summer University

SU Story of the Week: Out of the box! Can you handle it? – AEGEE-Brno’s Summer University

By | September 3, 2014 at 11:49 am

My story will begin slightly differently than other Summer University stories. I have been an AEGEE member for over 2.5 years and despite being very active in the association and participating and organizing different events, I had never attended any Summer University. Up until...

Posted in: European Events, Summer Universities

“The sky’s the limit”: AEGEE-Kraków on organising several successful events

“The sky’s the limit”: AEGEE-Kraków on organising several successful events

By | September 1, 2014 at 12:30 pm

The AEGEEan has been interviewing several locals throughout the year for theirs outstanding achievements. Some of them have organised big events, like Statutory Events or European schools. Others have been rather small locals in the Network who have made big accomplishments....

Posted in: Network

Laia Garcia Montufo, AEGEE-Tarragona, on her involvement in several youth platforms

Laia Garcia Montufo, AEGEE-Tarragona, on her involvement in several youth platforms

By | August 17, 2014 at 2:08 pm

The last Member of the Month of July left many exceptional nominations and AEGEE members that stood out – one of them, Laia Garcia Montufo, is currently President of AEGEE-Tarragona, member of the Pool of Representatives and Liaison Officer towards the United Nations. Laia...

Posted in: People

Mixing Fun, Sports and Raising Awareness: The AEGEE Bike Week

Mixing Fun, Sports and Raising Awareness: The AEGEE Bike Week

By | August 12, 2014 at 2:40 pm

As part of the new action called GO GREEN, organized by the Environmental Working Group (EnWG), several locals all over Europe took part in the AEGEE Bike Week. The AEGEEan spoke to Elise Bessieres (AEGEE-Brussel/Bruxelles), HR responsible of the EnWG and therefore one of the...

Posted in: European Bodies

European Interns’ Day – Claiming for Quality Internships in Brussels

European Interns’ Day – Claiming for Quality Internships in Brussels

By | August 1, 2014 at 2:27 pm

For most young people, internships are the first step towards the labour market during or right after their degree. It is counted to be around four and a half million interns in the EU per year, from which -and this is the most striking part- 59% are unpaid, 40% have no contract...

Posted in: Beyond AEGEE

Marta Martínez Moro, AEGEE-Santander: “Motivating our members is the key”

Marta Martínez Moro, AEGEE-Santander: “Motivating our members is the key”

By | July 31, 2014 at 2:22 pm

Our Member of the Month award this past July went to Erika Bettin (AEGEE-Venezia), for her outstanding lead of publications such as the Key to Europe 2013/14 and The AEGEEan, and initiatives such as the Election Observation Project. However, there were other nominees in this...

Posted in: People

Albania and the EU – The Truth, The Lies and The Future

Albania and the EU – The Truth, The Lies and The Future

By | July 23, 2014 at 1:30 pm

Recently, on the 27th of June 2014 the Republic of Albania saw its status elevated from ‘potential candidate’ to ‘candidate country’ to join the European Union. The question whether this is something positive or negative, good or bad remains a much heated and lengthy...

Posted in: Beyond AEGEE

Travelling on a Budget – A Beginner’s Guide

Travelling on a Budget – A Beginner’s Guide

By | July 15, 2014 at 12:39 pm

“How on Earth can you travel so much!?”. I am pretty sure that many of you have heard these words already. We are AEGEEans, we are tireless travellers and adventurers – yet at the same time we are young and (most of us) students that many times cannot afford the typical...

Posted in: Beyond AEGEE, Travel Guide

7 Highlights for the 7th Edition of the Charlemagne Youth Prize

7 Highlights for the 7th Edition of the Charlemagne Youth Prize

By | June 23, 2014 at 3:00 pm

As every year, the European Charlemagne Youth Prize (ECYP) took place in the city of Aachen, under its 7th edition. After Europe on Track's major success last year, some AEGEE members gathered in Charlemagne's city in order to know which project would be its successor. Youth...

Posted in: Beyond AEGEE

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