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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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          We would like to invite you to take part in the Conference “Populism and Anti-European Agitation”.   From February 23rd till February 27th, AEGEE / European Students’ Forum will be organizing the European Planning Meeting in Zagreb, Croatia. The Conference part of the event will take place on Friday and… » read more

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With Donald Trump assuming office as President of the United States, and with far-right parties enjoying high levels of support across Europe, it is necessary to reflect on the rhetoric they have used to gain popularity and the effect it has had on our society as a whole.   Because of Donald Trump and like-minded… » read more

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European civil society calls for action from the Council of Europe to closely monitor the developments of the state of democracy, human rights and the rule of law in Turkey.   The bill explained below, proposed by the ruling party in Turkey (AKP), has been one in the line of many recent developments that give… » read more

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Invaluable contribution made by young people to Bosnian local elections – AEGEE Election Observation – Sarajevo, October 2016 From 28 September to 4 October, AEGEE Election Observation deployed 28 young Europeans from 15 different nationalities in Bosnia and Herzegovina to assess youth engagement in the local elections of 2 October. Observers were deployed to 101… » read more

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