Training for Facilitators by CEWG in Leipzig


#Deadline: 12th January 2018 until 23.59 CET

#What: Looking for wanting-to-be Facilitators for pupils

Hello dear and beloved network,

Here is Civic Education hunting for people willing to bring Civic Education to high school(er)s.

What: Training for facilitators weekend for 15 AEGEEns

When: 23.02.18 – 25.02.18

Where: Leipzig

Fee: 39€

…including: accomodation, training location, training materials and three meals a day with coffee breaks

For one weekend you will have the opportunity to get an introductory training of being a facilitator, ready to go into your local highschool to gather young voices for Europe’s future. During two and half days 15 motivated AEGEEns from all over Europe are gathering in the German new city to be: Leipzig...

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The Working Plan of Audit Commission 2017/18


Dear Network,

The Audit Commission of AEGEE Europe, which started its term on October 1st, 2017,  proudly announces you the 2017/18 Working Plan, from Autumn Agora Catania till Spring Agora Kraków 2018 (with possibility of renewal after the Spring Agora), as the Audit and its Subcommissioners decided together during their sixth online meeting happened on December 13th, 2017 and approve the following points listed.

What you will see and read, are initiatives, ideas and changes we are going to work on, with an aim to develop the Network and help the locals and giving a further understanding on the Finances of the Network and its projects.

We are always open to suggestions, ideas and to answer at your questions.

You can contact us at (via mail you can discuss about ever...

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Franck Biancheri Award 2018: and the winner is… Aegee-Salerno !

AEGEE-Delft in 2014, AEGEE-Paris in 2015, AEGEE Cluj-Napoca in 2016, AEGEE-Budapest in 2017…
the winning antenna of the AAFB’s prestigious Franck Biancheri Award* in 2018 is …
AEGEE-Salerno !!!!
For this 2018 edition, the open call for applications launched to all AEGEE antennae resulted in a variety of highly interesting proposals that led to interesting discussions among the members of the Selection Committee.
AEGEE-Salerno, winner of the “Franck Biancheri Award” in 2018, will dedicate the award to the shaping of a big 3 days event in spring 2018 in partnership with the Civic Education Working Group and the AAFB, on the following inspiring topic : “Are we up to make Europe stronger for the future?“, with a view to reflect on the future of European Union elections and...

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“High 5 School(er)s” Project


#Deadline: 5th January 2018 until 23.59 CET

#What: Looking for locals for “High 5 School(er)s” Project

Hello dear and beloved network,

Here is Civic Education hunting for locals willing to bring Civic Education to high school(er)s on its action month.

“High 5 School(er)s”

April is CEWG action month and The Civic Education Working Group is looking for hosting antennae willing to cooperate with one high school in your local where to facilitate workshops on Civic Education with the help from our experienced and qualified trainer.

The Workshop concept is developed by the social startup CUBE. Your Take on Europe ( CUBE has the goal of making youth participation in the EU more inclusive...

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Education Interest Group (new!)

Today is the Human Rights Day which I hope many of you is celebrating with materials prepared by European bodies. On this occasion, Civic Education Working Group is launching Education Interest Group.

Education is essential for Human Rights in two ways; it is not only one of the essential rights which also influences other aspects of life (for example economic welfare and health) but there is also education on Human Rights because knowledge of rights and freedoms is considered a fundamental tool to guarantee respect for the rights of all.

Both of those aspects and much more we will be discussing in this new IG...

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Open call for sessions in EPM Yerevan

Dear members of locals and European Bodies,

We invite you to contribute to the creation of sessions for both the thematic and the drafting parts of European Planning Meeting Yerevan which will takes place on 8-12 March 2018. You therefore have until the 30th of December to send us your applications.

About the thematic part:
The topic “Borderless Europe: Can we dream that big?” will allow members and bodies to exchange their experience on what ‘borderless Europe’ is and how AEGEE can and should advocate its core idea. As has been underlined in the topic proposal, Borders can be considered both mental (Cultural, mediatic, politic) or physical (economic, administrative..)...

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Open Call for cooperation between locals and Equal Rights Working Group in a SU

Banner SUDear AEGEEans,

The time to start organizing SU for next summer has come! If you and your local are interested in Equal Rights, in fighting against discrimination and in enhancing equality; if you want to make a thematic and valuable SU; if you want to offer your participants a different experience, where fun and learning really go together, pay attention to this open call.

Do you also think that AEGEE is still an organization for privileged people? Do you want to make it friendlier for non-privileged? Do you want to organize a SU where disabled can participate or learn how to prevent sexual harassment at events? Then APPLY for organizing a SU in cooperation with the Equal Rights Working Group !

To be more specific, Equal Rights tackles discrimination based on gender identity, expressi...

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New CIA 28.1

Dear  Network,

it is our utmost pleasure to present you the latest edition of the Corpus Iuridicum AEGEEnse. In the General Rules you can find the Statutes and regulation of AEGEE-Europe with the proposals approved at the Autumn Agora Catania 2017. The most updated working formats of the Commissions, Committees and Working Groups are in the Working Formats Compilation. In the List of Motions are  included all the motions since 2011, that are in the online system.

We address our warmest gratitude to all the members, who dedicated their time and put efforts to improve the CIA together with us. You can find the document in the new, refreshed version. Also all the grammar mistakes and discrepancies have been fixed, therefore the CIA is more consistent now.

We hope, that the new CIA will be a...

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Describe your ideal political system and win an Interrail ticket





How would you organize the government of a country? Is the government really needed? Do you believe in a philosophy that the government and political system is based on? Which one?

Share your opinion and win an InterRail ticket! The Civic Education Working Group is organising an Essay Competition with the title: “What does the ideal political system look like?”.

Note that under political systems we do not only understand democracy, monarchy, autocracy or socialism. Try to think about the different ways to organize a democratic society such as parliamentarian or presidential systems, direct or representative democracy. Is two-house parliament or federal state your ideal system? Or maybe you like the constitutional monarchies...

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Subcommies 2018 – Locals Division till Spring Agora Krakow


Dear Network,

With the following message we would like to inform you about the new Subcommissioners’ Division and the locals this new group will have.

Few clarifications before starting:

  • The accepted Subcommies are 15, divided in 3 groups of 5 according to the 3 elected Commissioners;
  • Every single Subcom and Commissioner is entitled to have even her/his own local(s), but due to article 27 of CIA is not allowed to provide a judgment and therefore to Audit the finances of her/his local(s) to ensure Independence on Financial Evaluation. In such case the process will be carried by other internally appointed members of the team;
  • To decide about the locals division, we took in consideration the following factors:
    • Geographical location of the member (where he/she lives);
    • Languages spoken;
    • Expe...
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