Tag Archive for AEGEE-Peiraias

Adonis Meggos for the Comité Directeur: “Better Internal Communication and Rebuilding our Recruiting Policy”

Here you have one of the candidates for the Comité Directeur: Adonis Meggos, from AEGEE-Peiraias. He is the project manager for the Drinkwise project, the financial manager for Your Vision for EUrope, moderator of the Migration Interest Group and active member of the Language Interest Group, and now he would like to put forward some ideas about statutory events. He is ready to… Read more →

Our Big Fat Greek Winter University: Wanderlust Around Greece

One event. 13 days. Six cities. 23 participants and almost 25 organisers. “Our Big Fat Greek Winter University” was the New Year Event organised by the greek speaking antennae of AEGEE-Athina, AEGEE-Peiraias, AEGEE-Patra, AEGEE-Ioannina, AEGEE-Thessaloniki and AEGEE-Kastoria, between the 28th of December 2016 and the 9th of January 2017. This NYE was one of its kind! An ambitious plan and… Read more →

Member of the Month of June Adonis Meggos: “All the Energy Comes Directly from my Teams”

In June another distinguished Member of AEGEE was selected as Member of the Month. We are talking about Adonis Meggos, AEGEE-Peiraias. Check out his interview! The AEGEEan: Congratulations! How does it feel to be nominated Member of the Month? Adonis: Thank you very much! I feel honoured and glad that my contribution to this association is recognised. I am a member of… Read more →

Local of the Month of January: AEGEE-Peiraias and the Syrian Odyssey

Last year, over 800,000 Syrian refugees crossed the Aegean Sea from Turkey to Greece to find a home in Europe. Being the largest port in Greece, the city of Piraeus is directly confronted with this seemingly endless influx. It is therefore no surprise that AEGEE-Peiraias is also deeply involved in events about the Refugee Crisis, and this commitment has been worth… Read more →

AEGEEans are running for European Parliament – Part I

Do you remember the recent European Parliament (EP) elections, where other citizens of the European Union and, hopefully, also you, voted for your chosen future Members of the European Parliament (MEPs)? While preparing the latest Key To Europe issue, the annual publication of AEGEE-Europe, we had a chance to ask some questions to those former and current AEGEE members who… Read more →