International Politics WG

The role of Social Networks in the Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary Processess in Egypt

The protests in Egypt, which started on 25th of January, 2011, toppled down the regime of Hosni Mubarak in 18 days. During the revolution frequent usage of Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and other social networks was noticed. State-owned media and television in Egypt were controlled by the authoritarian regime, and the information given to the public was bogus and favorable for… Read more →

How gender equality is doing in Nobel Prizes today?

It is time to focus on the Nobel Peace Prize awards and to explain who received the prize and why. Have fun reading! The 2011 Nobel Peace Prize was jointly awarded to three women for their struggle for women’s safety and women’s full participation in peace-building work, the Norwegian Nobel Prize Committee said. Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, women’s activist… Read more →

Shaping Perspectives

For most of the readers of “The AEGEEan” this word combination is unknown, especially for new AEGEE  members. Nevertheless, we all know for sure that this is not just an empty and important-sounding word combination which cannot and does not make any difference in our lifes. Yes, there are people in our Network who have turned this word combination into a personal bet… Read more →