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Zero Discrimination Day was created in 2013 by UNAIDS, (the UN program on human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS)) to celebrate the right of everyone to be free from discrimination. As an organisation representing European youth, AEGEE-Europe wants to raises awareness of different forms of discrimination faced by young people. Young… » read more

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Tonight, what seemed so far away for so long, will turn into reality. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland will definitely leave the European Union, and along with it the EU customs union, the Erasmus+ Programme, as well as other agreements, be it completely or partially. It is still unclear what the… » read more

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Study session: “Colors of Human Diversity”   The study session, which is coordinated by European Network on Independent Living (ENIL) Youth Network and AEGEE-Europe, in co-operation with the Youth Department of the Council of Europe will take place in Strasbourg, France from the 21st to 28th of June 2020! This includes 6 full days of… » read more

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Today is the International Holocaust Remembrance Day that marks the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest concentration and death camp of Nazi Germany, 75 years ago. Since the International Holocaust Remembrance Day was established by the United Nations in 2006, it serves as a reminder to honor the memory of six million Jews murdered during the… » read more

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#What Call for Project Officer #StartingDate late January / beginning of February 2020 #Duration one year with possibility of extension #Deadline 12th of January at 23:59 CET #How Send your CV and motivation letter to external.relations@aegee.eu and write as subject “AEGEE Project Officer [Your name & surname(s)]” The AEGEE headoffice is looking for a Project… » read more

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The International Organization for Migration defines migration as a term “reflecting the common lay understanding of a person who moves away from his or her place of usual residence, whether within a country or across an international border, temporarily or permanently, and for a variety of reasons”. As reflected in these words, migration is a… » read more

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This week’s Plenary of the European Parliament in Strasbourg was eventful, with important highlights such as the approval of the new European Commission headed by Ursula von der Leyen, the Resolution on the climate and environment emergency, and the Resolution on the EU accession to the Istanbul Convention and other measures to combat gender-based violence,… » read more

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Violence against women is an everyday reality for a very large part of the world population across the globe as well as in Europe. 33% of women in the EU have endured physical and/or sexual violence since age 15, 43% have suffered psychological violence by a current or former partner, 55% have experienced sexual harassment,… » read more

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On Friday, the 15th November 2019, the Central European University (CEU) held the opening ceremony of its campus in Vienna after being forced to leave their campus in Budapest, following a long battle with the Hungarian government. This marks the first time in decades a university has been forced out of a European country. The… » read more

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  On 24th October 2019, the European Parliament rejected a motion to step up search and rescue (SAR) operations in the Mediterranean Sea. The resolution, which was launched by the Socialist and Democrats Group (S&D) with support from the Greens and the European United Left/Nordic Green Left (GUE-NGL), was defeated by only two votes, with… » read more

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