Tag Archive for ECMA

Report of the National Event, Budapest

Between 19-21 November 2021 AEGEE-Budapest (EHHE) has organised the 3 days long National Event in the framework of the European Change Makers Academy (ECMA) project. The ECMA project aims to empower young people to become changemakers in their own community, fostering active participation on the local level as well as belonging to the European community. For this purpose, AEGEE-Budapest has… Read more →

ECMA – Hungarian team won the Ideathon

We are happy to announce that the team whose project received the highest score during the Ideathon in Geneva, 8-11 July, 2021 and who are therefore the winners of the event is the Hungarian team. Their project entails the creation of a board game encouraging debate and supporting inclusion and constructive dialogue The official aftermovie can be see below: Read more →

ECMA – Multipliers Open Call [ENG]

We are looking for 20 Hungarian participants for the European Change Makers Project.   Are you eager to change ”status quo” and you don’t want to do it alone? Are you interested in youth participation/community organizing/youth policy? Are you motivated to learn new skills in order to create change in their local community & to pass this knowledge on to… Read more →

ECMA – Changemaker Team

Rebeka Oláh I’m Rebeka Oláh, the Change Ambassador of the Hungarian team. I’m 20 and I’m currently pursuing a diploma in international public management at the National University of Public Service, Budapest. I chose this career path because I wanted to tackle the problems of today’s world and understand the connections of various scenes that are going on in the… Read more →

ECMA Policy Recommendations

During November 2020 @aegee_europe organised several trainings on policy advocacy which ended with ECMA policy webinar “Inspiring global change through local political engagement” 💡 Participants together with trainers explored the connection between youth and the political and engagement structures available to them on a local level and created policy recommendations which are focused on the following EU Youth Goals: 🇪🇺 The created… Read more →