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Gender through the screen is a capacity building project under Erasmus+ which aims to involve 8 youth organizations from the Western Balkans and the EU which work in the field of gender through the empowerment and support of youth workers. Topics to be elaborated are human rights education, gender equality, inclusion, anti-discrimination, tolerance. The main aim of the project is… Read more →

BME Model United Nations Conference 2018

  We are happy to announce it, that we are one of the invited association of the BME Model United Nations Conference, which is hosted by the Budapest University of Technology and Economics between 5 -7 April, 2018. A model UN conference is a simulation of the United Nations organisation where students get to become representatives of the UN and discuss and debate for peace and… Read more →

Gender through the screen – Partnership in an Erasmus + KA2 project

AEGEE-Budapest became a partner in the “Gender through the screen” project which has been co-founded by the European Commission through the Erasmus+ Action KA2 programme. The project seeks to foster and encourage advocacy for gender equality by the use of media and by training youth workers on how they can better report, show case and promote gender equality through the biggest mediums… Read more →

Minority SafePack Initiative – One million signatures for diversity in Europe

AEGEE-Budapest joined to the Minority SafePack Initiative.   The aim of the initiative is to collect 1 million signatures to highlight the importance of the following issues: minority protection language, education and culture regional policy participation equality audio-visual and other media content support for minority communities Click here to read the booklet. One of the aim of AEGEE-Budapest is the… Read more →

“Enjoy your Future” – the Italian Project

Thanks for the previous management, AEGEE-Budapest has become richer with another fascinating project. The Enjoy Your Future project (https://www.facebook.com/enjoyyourfuture/), which is coordinated by the italian association ACMOS located in Turin, calls for the development of an institutionalized system of the European Union. The aim of the project is to involve and commit young people to the project that can influence… Read more →

NWM Banja Luka, 2017 – On a mission to reconnect Baldria

After my CD year the emphasis has been put back again to my university career, regardless of this I still wanted to attend a few AEGEE-events, and at the end I was asked to be a trainer in 2 Network meetings. Banja Luka was the second one. The Network Meeting was held between 9th to 12th November in Banja Luka,… Read more →

NWM Ioannina, 2017 – Nightmare in the Winter mansion

After my CD year the emphasis has been put back again to my university career, regardless of this I still wanted to attend a few AEGEE-events, and at the end I was asked to be a trainer in 2 Network meetings. Ioannina was the first one. The Network Meeting was held between 2nd to 5th November, one hour away from… Read more →

NWM Alicante, 2017

One might think that NWMs are all the same wherever you go. Well, after participating in NWM Alicante I would contradict to that common belief. Simply because of two things: this was my first Network Meeting which was based on a thematic- Harry Potter and even though the sessions were familiar to me, they were still different. Also, I haven’t… Read more →

Member of the Month – April – Petra Buruzs

It is our pleasure to announce that Petra Buruzs got the Member of the Moths award in April according to TheAEGEEan. Petra joined to AEGEE in 2013, she was in the board of AEGEE-Budapest and in the European level too. Petra was the main organizer in April of two prestigious events which were held in Budapest.  We wish her further… Read more →

Youth Exchange in Budapest

AEGEE-Budapest organized a  two-stage international youth exchange in cooperation with an Armenian partner, Youth Life Educational NGO, through the Erasmus + Programme. “Making Change Through Social Entrepreneurship” project gathered 28 young people from 4 countries: Armenia, Georgia, Turkey and Hungary. What made the diversity of the group even more unique, is that we had participants coming from India, Kazakhstan, Egypt… Read more →