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By Juliette Beaulaton and Cristina Cumbreño Feminicide, domestic violence, sexual and economic exploitation, assault, harassment, rape, mutilation, forced marriage… The reality of violence against women and girls is multiform and occurs continuously and systematically in our society. It remains one of the most serious and widespread form of human rights violations. Gender inequality and discrimination… » read more

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AEGEE Election Observation deployed 21 Short-Term Observers (STOs) of 12 nationalities to Germany to assess youth participation in the German Federal legislative election. The STOs arrived in Berlin on 20 September. On 21 and 22 September, the mission held meetings with national authorities and stakeholders in the field of youth participation. On election day, STOs… » read more

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AEGEE strives for a democratic, diverse and borderless Europe, which is socially, economically and politically integrated, and values the participation of young people in its construction and development. The recent political developments in Poland are concerning us as young Europeans because they are a threat to the Europe we strive for. Democracy is a core… » read more

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    From May 23rd till May 28th, AEGEE’s biannual General Assembly took place in Enschede, the Netherlands. More than 600 members, young people from all around Europe, attended the event, thereby observing and participating in AEGEE’s highest decision-making body, the Agora. Participants got the chance to discuss the questions that transcend the life-cycles of… » read more

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On the 16th of April AEGEE-European Students’ Forum will celebrate 32 years since the foundation of the NGO in 1985 in Paris. When founded the aim was to cross borders and build bridges between young people in Europe. After 32 years it seems that even though we crossed many borders in Europe, there are still… » read more

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Today JEF Europe and AEGEE-Europe sent an open letter to President Tusk and European Commissioner Navracsics, calling on them to apply immediate pressure on the Hungarian government for the withdrawal of its new regulations, threatening the very existence of the Central European University (CEU). European institutions have to uphold the values on which our Union… » read more

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We are happy to announce that AEGEE has two national winners for the Charlemagne Youth Prize 2017 competition, awarded annually to youth projects that reflect active participation in the development of Europe: the photoblog project Faces of Europe has been selected as the national winner of Romania and the Summer University Project has won the… » read more

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From February 23rd till February 27th, AEGEE’s annual European Planning Meeting has taken place, this time in the beautiful city of Zagreb. The event consisted of two parts: a thematic conference on the topic of ‘Populism and Anti-European Agitation’ and an internal planning event, during which we discussed and developed our plans for the upcoming… » read more

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  Romania experienced in the last two weeks a great instability in the political sphere that brought half a million people on streets protesting. In order to better understand the situation, we asked AEGEE members to share their experience from the protests in Romania. “I think more and more people realize what it means to… » read more

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