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Education for the Present, Democracy for the Future: the Franck Biancheri Award Winning Conference in Budapest

Education for the Present, Democracy for the Future: the Franck Biancheri Award Winning Conference in Budapest

By | June 14, 2017 at 8:00 am

From the 21st to the 23rd of April, AEGEE-Budapest hosted the conference "Education for the present, Democracy for the future", which was the winner of the Franck Biancheri Award 2017. The event was organised together with Europe on Track and the Civic Education Working Group,...

Posted in: European Events

Introducing Policy Officers of AEGEE-Europe 2014-2015

Introducing Policy Officers of AEGEE-Europe 2014-2015

By | January 11, 2015 at 5:18 pm

During Autumn Agora Cagliari, Policy Officers were established as a body of our Network. President Paul Smits and Secretary General  Antonija Parat on behalf of the Comité Directeur presented a proposal to formally establish them in order to set some rules. The proposal was...

Posted in: Comité Directeur, Policy Officers

Last Y Vote 2014 convention in the EU’s heart

Last Y Vote 2014 convention in the EU’s heart

By | May 22, 2014 at 12:27 pm

After eight successful Y Vote conventions all around Europe, finally the time came to gather for one last meet up - and what place would be more suitable for this than Brussels? By this time all AEGEEans probably know how it goes: 40 young people, finding time and motivation,...

Posted in: European Events

YVote2014 Convention on Research, Education and Mobility in Kraków

YVote2014 Convention on Research, Education and Mobility in Kraków

By | March 29, 2014 at 7:13 pm

These are days of uncertainty. The crisis threatens to make Europe a smaller and darker place. What is the future of education in Europe? What can we do to improve it? In the Y- Vote Convention on Education, Research and Mobility organized by AEGEE-Kraków (from the 4th to the...

Posted in: European Events

Education should be free for everyone

By | October 24, 2013 at 6:32 pm

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Posted in: Video

EurStory is Ready to Make History in AEGEE!

EurStory is Ready to Make History in AEGEE!

By | September 18, 2013 at 11:29 am

It all started from an on-line debate, and now it is about to become an AEGEE-Europe project. Last December, the Culture Working Group (CWG) set up a Skype debate about History textbooks and how they are influenced by nationalisms in Europe. EurStory is a newborn in AEGEE, but...

Posted in: European Bodies

Malala’s Story & Female Education In The World

Malala’s Story & Female Education In The World

By | August 8, 2013 at 3:40 pm

Can a young girl's dreams affect the world? In the new century the answer is simple: YES!   The world is following a girl who has a very deep passion for her rights. This girl is Malala Yousufzai. She is a brave education activist girl from Pakistan. Her vision is to...

Posted in: European Bodies

When talking about sustainability in AEGEE

When talking about sustainability in AEGEE

By | May 22, 2013 at 9:29 am

What do AEGEE members understand when talking about sustainability? Where did they learn about this? And how would they like AEGEE to be involved with this topic? Finding out the answers to these questions was the aim of the survey on sustainability which was completed by almost...

Posted in: Network

What about Higher Education in Europe?

What about Higher Education in Europe?

By | February 21, 2013 at 10:04 am

Last week, AEGEE-Europe was invited to join debates taking place in Grenoble, France. The event aimed to gather politicians, young people, citizens and experts on the topic of youth. In this context, I was invited to moderate a panel discussion on the topic of Higher Education...

Posted in: Beyond AEGEE

Bread! Education! Freedom!

Bread! Education! Freedom!

By | February 16, 2013 at 11:37 am

Bread, education, freedom: the three basic human rights according to students who started a rebellion on November 17th, 1973 in Athens against the dictator, and finally managed to initiate something that would bring dictatorship in my country to an end. But how different is...

Posted in: Beyond AEGEE

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