Quality Events Manual – How to organise your event?


The Quality Assurance Committee is proud to present the Quality Events Manual,
which contains all the necessary information for you and your locals about event organising
and hosting a successful event!

The Manual aims to guide you through the stages of organising an event, from the planning phase,
through developping the thematics to how to maintain cooperation and efficient communication among
organisers, participants, trainers etc.

Among other things, you can also take a look at the Quality Indicators – 10 steps for organising a quality event! –
which is providing you with all the necessary information and a step-by-step explanation of organising your event.

You can download the Quality Events Manual through the link.

Enjoy reading and looking forward to receiving your event applica...

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Accepting people with disabilities: Let’s give everyone something to choose from!


As we already announced this year disabled people will be able to select among all the SUs as everyone agreeing on the fact that it will be up to organizers to decide to accept them or no. Oganizers will receive their application and the letter from SUCT suggesting to think of acceptance of this participant. The important thing is that even after considering all the pros and cons organizers have a right not to accept this participant.

But before thinking of pros and cons, let’s first make a small investigation and read what is a Disability?

According to the World Health Organisation, a disability is… “any restriction or lack (resulting from any impairment) of ability to perform an activity in the manner or within the range considered normal for a human being”...

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Our representatives at Young Leaders Forum, Brussels 2-4th December

EaP Young Leaders Forum

In the first week of December, the European Parliament organised an event called Young Leaders Forum, which gathered 24 young participants from EU and neighboring countries to discuss, debate, and start further developing initiatives.

The majority of participants came from the Eastern Partnership (EaP) countries, 3 from each six (Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova, Georgia, Azerbaijan, and Armenia).  There were young politicians, young leaders from NGOs, young scholars etc, hence the group was very diverse. However, we had a strong AEGEE lobby as 4 current and 1 ex-AEGEE member were there as a participants.  Most of the sessions took place in the building of the European Parliament, and we had many guests such as experts, representatives of trade unions, and Members of European Parliament (MEP)...

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“Western housewifes & Eastern leaders”, our workshop at Autumn AGORA Zaragoza 2013

 "Western housewifes & Eastern leaders"During the Autumn AGORA Zaragoza 2013 the Eastern Partnership Project organised a workshop „Western Housewives & Eastern Leaders”. The plan was to discuss the woman role in different European societies. On our heterogeneous continent gender equality means different things.  We wanted to show this diversity and  break the stereotypes that still function.

In the first part of the workshop we explained the Eastern Partnership Project and the EU’s policy towards its Eastern neighbours.  Then we had a more interactive part when 35 participants had the chance to take part in vivid discussion. Prior to Agora we made a survey about the female roles, which was translated into 8 different languages and posted to several websites...

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When two heads are better than one


The wonderful time of brainstorming, creating the route and imagining the perfect Summer University has started officially. Main coordinators, Incoming Responsible and Treasurers of every local that would like to organize any type of SU have to be chosen to submit the information about the dates, program, learning objectives and many other things until the 12 of January. To make the team’s life a bit easier Working Groups and Project Teams are here to help you with the ideas of the theme and all the following information. And SUCT is here to explain what benefits you will have.

  1. More focus on the theme

One of the strongest reasons for the collaboration is the help from any WG/PT with focusion on the theme. Let’s see what themes do we have this year and how different WG/PT can help you:

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Organize local YVote 2014 event

Do you know that the European Parliament elections are approaching? Do you want to be a part of the project  informing about the EU and encouraging other young people to participate in the elections?

 Do you want to be a part of one of AEGEE’s biggest projects of this year?

 A challenging year is ahead of us, and you can impact and build an informed society in your city!

 If you want to be a part ot the Y Vote 2014 and organise a local activity in your town, please make sure you follow the instructions below! (It is important for us to measure the impact of the whole project and to promote yours)

  1. Contact your Y Vote Ambassador and keep in touch with them (the list is below);
  2. Fill in the survey here;
  3. Organise the most informative and encouraging local activities;
  4. Fill in the “aft...
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Eastern Partnership future scenario. Ukrainian case.

Marta Wnuk, EaP workshop during NWM Poznan 2013

To learn, to share, to network – this are objectives of Network Meetings that take place in every area of AEGEE twice a year. During Autumn Network Meeting held in Poznań Eastern Partnership Project took opportunity to raise awareness of the participating youth about recent developments in Ukraine triggered by shelving the decision about signing the Association Agreement with the European Union. Sudden move of Ukrainian authorities to not to go further European path in the country’s foreign policy called for action and raised the need to present the worrying case to broader public.  So that the idea of workshop came to life. On Friday, Nov 29th over 30 young people from 15 different European cities came to get to know and discuss difficult Ukrainian reality.

The first part of the w...

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Collaboration LWG – SU

One of LWG aims is trying to collaborate with Summer Universities.

These are the 2 main fields of action where you could be IN PERSON involved:

1) As teachers of one or more languages.

2) Providing workshops about linguistics, different languages in Europe, different ways of communication, etc.

You are going to devote some hours to tuition/workshops, but of course, the rest of the time you will enjoy the SU as participant :)

If you are interested in one of this two possibilities, please, fill this form (http://goo.gl/seosdQ) with only 2 questions before 11th December, 23:59.

Afterwards, we will see how many host organisers choose languages as a topic for their SUs :)

Multilingually yours,
Adri – HR of LWG

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CWG&EnWG present design competition “Recycled art Christmas tree”!


CWG&EnWG present design competition “Recycled art Christmas tree”! All locals can participate. CREATE Christmas tree from recycling materials. You can use office material, bottles, cans, plastic bags, newspapers, … are traditional recycled sources of decoration. But you may dare to innovate and surprise all the network!

Make it as activity in NYE or your local meetings. Be the most sustainable local of this holidays!

Send photos to enwg.aegee@gmail.com. Deadline is 10.01.2014 You will get your present in EBM Lublin 2014.

Feel free contact us for any questions  enwg.aegee@gmail.com
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OPEN CALL – Eastern Partnership Project 2 is looking for you a bit longer!

We’d like to remind that Eastern Partnership Project 2 is still looking for you!

The application deadline has been extended to your very advantage and now you’re able to do so up till December 6th, 23:59 CET!

Eastern Partnership Project 2

EaP2 values are based on belief that this initiative is an important element of AEGEE’s mission of bridging EuropeIn order to make link between the Eastern and the Western part of our continent we decided to act with the objectives crucial to the development of civil society in the Eastern Europe.

Therefore, EaP2 aims 
to promote the idea of active citizenship and raise awareness of its importance:


1. by shaping political culture based on amicable cooperation with European youth

2. by increasing youth participation in non-governmental sector

3. by empowering the yo...

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