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7 Facts about being the Secretary of the Agora

7 Facts about being the Secretary of the Agora

By | June 19, 2016 at 11:27 am

Most of you, during the Agora, watch the Chairperson and the Vice-Chairperson preside over the meeting. But how about the Secretary of the Agora? The only thing people witness of him/her, is them typing during the Agora, but being Secretary of the Agora has some...

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10 Regular Items in an AEGEEan’s Agora Luggage

10 Regular Items in an AEGEEan’s Agora Luggage

By | May 17, 2016 at 10:30 am

A little known fact among AEGEEans: they all travel a lot, which means that the majority has probably sorted out both the content of their luggage, as well as the best tips, tricks and techniques to pack efficiently. Since the Agora is coming, most of them already have their...

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Being a Delegate for Dummies

Being a Delegate for Dummies

By | May 16, 2016 at 4:29 pm

We already gave you some tips on how to be a good visitor, but how should you be a good delegate (according to us)? The Agora is a magnificent creature, but it is also very complicated to follow every single thing that happens, especially if you are a newbie. But also...

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5 Essential Tips to Survive an Agora

5 Essential Tips to Survive an Agora

By | May 15, 2016 at 5:27 pm

Agora Bergamo is approaching day by day and you'd better prepare yourself both physically and mentally for it, because it's about to become real in less than a week! Beside the necessary things you need to take with you undoubtedly, we want to help you with a few cool tips which...

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Being a Visitor for Dummies

Being a Visitor for Dummies

By | May 13, 2016 at 12:16 pm

So, you’ve been accepted to go to the Agora as a visitor? Congratulations! You’ve packed your bags, you've printed your boarding pass, you've said goodbye to family, friends and whatever, and you’ve arrived at the most special of locations, the Agora. Yet, you don’t...

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AEGEE-Sofia Brings Home the National Charlemagne Youth Prize

AEGEE-Sofia Brings Home the National Charlemagne Youth Prize

By | April 30, 2016 at 3:25 pm

The Charlemagne Youth Prize is a honorable prize that is awarded each year to youth projects in Europe for their added value to society. AEGEE is not a stranger to the prize, having been awarded several times before, for example for Europe on Track in 2013. AEGEE-Valletta won...

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10 Things to Do, Visit and Eat in Venice

10 Things to Do, Visit and Eat in Venice

By | April 24, 2016 at 3:45 pm

Venice, Italy…. A city so beautiful that many others all around the globe claim to be similar. A city so beautiful that there are two replicas, one in China and one in Las Vegas. A city so beautiful that there are seven cities in North America named after the Italian city....

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Dutch AEGEE Members Encourage to Vote in the Referendum on the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement

Dutch AEGEE Members Encourage to Vote in the Referendum on the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement

By | April 4, 2016 at 1:10 am

Maarten de Groot, member of AEGEE-Amsterdam is the Manager of "Think before you Vink", a campaign on behalf of AEGEE in the run-up to the referendum on the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement, which will be held on April 6th. We asked him for more info about this campaign and the...

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The Big European Break-Up Pt. 2

The Big European Break-Up Pt. 2

By | April 1, 2016 at 3:15 pm

To Brexit or not to Brexit: that is the question. Though this be Brexit, yet there is method in‘t.  Can one desire too much of a Brexit? The thing we call a Brexit would be just the same if we called it by any other name. Despite the badly quoted bits of Shakespeare, people...

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Slovak Parliament Election 2016 – Splintered Coalition and Radicalism Rises

Slovak Parliament Election 2016 – Splintered Coalition and Radicalism Rises

By | March 31, 2016 at 4:27 pm

Splintered politics and the surge of far-right parties in the Slovak Parliament prove that the people of Slovakia have lost trust in traditional politics and seek whatever change from the former status quo. Right-wing parties made modest gains in the election and, while the...

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