Browsing Tag Stereotypes

Discrimination0: a Successful Cooperation between AEGEE-Dresden, AEGEE-Lviv and AEGEE-Moskva

Discrimination0: a Successful Cooperation between AEGEE-Dresden, AEGEE-Lviv and AEGEE-Moskva

By | January 12, 2018 at 8:00 am

“Discrimination0”, the project organised by AEGEE-Lviv, AEGEE-Dresden and AEGEE-Moskva has already come to its end. The project consisted of two parts which took place in Ukraine and Germany in the format of youth exchange. The main goal of the event – promoting tolerance...

Posted in: European Events

Six Types of AEGEEans that You Can Find Around

Six Types of AEGEEans that You Can Find Around

By | March 30, 2016 at 4:13 pm

AEGEEans come in numerous and  wonderful varieties. It’s hard to find anything wrong or hilarious about most of them, but we've dug deep and found six remarkable types of AEGEEans. Together these six types might one day end up in a sitcom that’s situated in, let’s say,...

Posted in: Funny

TSU AEGEE-Mannheim: Breaking German stereotypes

TSU AEGEE-Mannheim: Breaking German stereotypes

By | October 6, 2014 at 6:00 pm

On the 4th of July our Travel Summer University (TSU) started with 24 participants from 12 different nations, who were eager to find out whether common German stereotypes held true or not. The best way of getting to know a country profound is by crossing it from one side to...

Posted in: European Events, Summer Universities

EuroMaidan: From Dusk Till Dawn

EuroMaidan: From Dusk Till Dawn

By | December 14, 2013 at 11:50 am

From Rome to Kuala Lumpur, from Cleveland to even Moscow, Ukrainians and representatives of different countries (some from Europe, some from Russia, Georgia and even Belarus) gathered in the main squares of Kiev to show that, regardless of where they live in the world, they...

Posted in: Beyond AEGEE

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