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Network Meeting Praha – Czech youself! Find your AEGEE-spirit

Even though my position as Chair ended after Agora Istanbul, my motivation still did not stop, so it was time for my 10th Network Meeting. As no one attended a NWM from the board, I was appointed to get the Antenna Criterion for AEGEE-Budapest. The Network Meeting was held between 8th to 11th November in Prague, with 25 participants mostly… Read more →

Wrap-up of the NWM In Zaragoza, 2018

When autumn is here, it can only mean one thing: NWMs are here! One of our members, Balázs Réti participated two weeks ago in the NWM organized by AEGEE-Zaragoza. 72 people took part in this event, the majority of them were from Spain, but there were participants from Italy, Macedonia, Germany, the Netherlands, Finland, Russia and Hungary. During the event… Read more →

Gender Through the Screen final handbook

AEGEE-Budapest (Európai Hallgatók Hálózatának Egyesülete) was 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, showcase and promote gender equality through… Read more →

Gender through the screen_A4

Recently I was lucky to take part in final 4th part of “Gender through the screen” project that take place in Vladichin Han – small quite town in central Serbia. As it quite obvious from the name – training was about gender issues all over the world and about connection between this issues and mass media. The place for training… Read more →

Gender through the screen_A2

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 →