Aliona Sytnyk

Europe on Track 5: the “Dream” Project

Europe on Track is a project run by young volunteers who aim to raise awareness, to create a space for discussion and to capture the opinions of youth in Europe on important social issues. Thanks to Interrail, the  ambassadors in teams of 3 (one videographer, one photographer and one interviewer per team) will travel by train across 20 countries in… Read more →

Joanna Pankowska for Civic Education WG Coordinator: “The sky is the limit”

One year as Projects and Communication Director at the AEGEE House in Brussels, and Joanna Pankowska from AEGEE-Warszawa has no intention to pause. During busy preparations for Spring Agora Enschede we talked to a very energetic and inspiring candidate for Civic Education Working Group Coordinator. The AEGEEan: Joanna, after being in the Comité Directeur, members often take some time for themselves,… Read more →

AEGEE-Düsseldorf, Local of the Month of February: Always Taking on Challenges!

Although AEGEE-Düsseldorf is a really small antenna with around five or seven active members, they succeeded to represent the essence and spirit of AEGEE. In February, AEGEE-Düsseldorf organised their first RTC, in cooperation with Diede Oudenampsen from the Academy as trainer. They managed to find accommodation and food, to fundraise some tickets and water, to invite ESN-Erasmus Students’ Network and JEF-Young… Read more →

Marina Klanjčić, Member of the Month: “Strive for More, Plan Bigger, Do Better!”

“Marina Klanjčić was the main organiser of the incredibly successful EPM Zagreb 2017. She put AEGEE before her own personal life, work and studies for several months to make this EPM happen, giving 150% of her time, effort and passion. Always believing in the project even when the things seemed to go wrong, she motivated us und pushed us to… Read more →

Ukraine’s European Integration

“The European Union is a political and economical union of 28 countries. EU policies aim to ensure the free movement of people, goods, services, and capital within the internal market, enact legislation in justice and home affairs, and maintain common policies on trade, agriculture, fisheries, and regional development. Within the Schengen Area, passport controls have been abolished.” (Wikipedia) Member states… Read more →

Travel Guide to Zürich

What first thoughts come to your mind when you think of Switzerland? Cheese, watches, banks, chocolate and crazy prizes for everything. Swiss people are also famous for their precision, perfectionism and punctuality. What else would you expect from people who produce watches? While planning to go to Switzerland many people choose Zürich as number one city worth visiting. In my… Read more →