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Do you want to “Get involved”? AEGEE-Budapest knows how!

By Ákos Glaub AEGEE-Budapest is the winner of this year's Franck Biancheri Award with the "Education for the Present, Democracy for the Future" Conference, which will be the opening conference of EoT4. AEGEE-Budapest is strongly committed to this edition's topic, Civic Education, carrying out their local project "Get involved". Get to know more about this interesting project thanks to AEGEE-Budapest president: Our latest event organized by AEGEE-Budapest’s very own „Get Involved!” Project explored the topic of populism. Approximately 50 students from different universities and academic fields attended the event. The discussion was part of the lecture series preceding the Franck Biancheri [...]

Do you want to “Get involved”? AEGEE-Budapest knows how!2017-03-09T17:20:05+00:00

Open Call for Ambassadors for the 2017 edition!

Have you ever wished to just drop everything and jump on a train? Are you passionate about society and eager to explore other countries to find out what people actually think? Then keep reading about this once in a lifetime opportunity! AEGEE, one of the biggest european student organizations, is looking for 6 young, enthusiastic and proactive people willing to go on a one-month adventure across Europe. In collaboration with InterRail and the European Citizens’ Initiative 'More than Education'(ECI), the Ambassadors will enquire about the current status of civic education in the different countries they are going to visit and [...]

Open Call for Ambassadors for the 2017 edition!2017-01-02T09:14:28+00:00

Europe on Track is back!

Dear AEGEEans, Since you ratified us as an official AEGEE-Europe project at Agora Bergamo 2016, we are working really hard to organise a fantastic 4th edition of Europe on Track. Now we will announce dates and topic of EoT4 and later this week we will launch the open call for both hosting antennas and travel ambassadors. First of all, we are pleased to announce that, in collaboration with AEGEE-Budapest and the Civic Education Working Group, we are the winners of the Franck Biancheri Award. This means that we will be opening EoT4 with a conference in Budapest from April 21-23 [...]

Europe on Track is back!2016-12-30T09:45:16+00:00

More unity, more solidarity, more European identity

By Hanna Polishchuk During our stop in Hungary, we had the opportunity to ask young people what they think about the European Union, borders and the refugee crisis. We would like to share with you some interesting answers we received from Péter Sczigel, 22, Hungarian, Student and the President of AEGEE-Budapest and Màtè Bàlint, 24 ,Hungarian,  Analyst of the Central Bank of Hungary. They both have international experience, and travelled to other countries for different reasons. We asked them how easy it was for them to cross European borders. Do you feel borders in Europe? If yes which ones? Péter: [...]

More unity, more solidarity, more European identity2016-05-09T07:32:57+00:00

Team Blue: Hungary is not as closed as we think nowadays!

By Hanna Polishchuk One more long train journey directly from Warsaw to the capital of Hungary was ahead of us. However, with Interrail trains it was comfortable and light. This time we decided to sleep in the train almost all the way to get more energy for the evening. Agi from AEGEE-Budapest met us in the train station, and we went to her home. Together with Mate they prepared a tasty traditional Hungarian dish. The day after, we met other members of this wonderful local (Peti, Bernadett and Dorottya) who took us to the outdoor session. We were walking through the [...]

Team Blue: Hungary is not as closed as we think nowadays!2016-05-02T10:56:23+00:00