EPM Izmir: The long journey of Annelies to Izmir

Dearest AEGEEans, Feeling like an easy and fun read? Well, here is the piece you’ve been waiting for, which I would like to call ‘The long journey of Annelies to Izmir’.  Let’s go back in time, to February 5th 2019. My partner-in-EPM-crime Charley and I arrived fully packed at Schiphol, where our adventure to our very first European Planning Meeting was about to begin. Our flight was leaving at 1 … Read more

Spring Agora București 2019: It was up to us

From the 8th of May to the 13th of May, the Spring Agora București took place in the beautiful city of București. At this Agora – which is the bi-yearly General Assembly of AEGEE-Europe – a lot of important topics were discussed for the future of our association and there were elections for several vacant positions. And of course what should not be left out of an Agora, are fantastic … Read more

Agora Istanbul – and a cup of tea, please

At the moment I am writing this lovely piece, it is raining cats and dogs. Luckily, the (meteorological) spring is around the corner, as well as the Spring Agora! This seemed to me the perfect moment to look back at the Agora earlier this year – you would almost have forgotten about it – the Autumn Agora in Istanbul, held from 2 till the 7th of October 2018. For the … Read more

Agora Krakow 2018: the full story

Last April, the Spring Agora took place in the charming city of Krakow. The Agora is the General Members Assembly of AEGEE-Europe during which about 850 members from all locals across  Europe gather in one city to debate on thematic topics, discuss in which direction AEGEE should head and party like there’s no tomorrow. This was my third Agora in a row and well, it was as intense as it … Read more

EPM Yerevan, through the eyes of the content manager

Had anyone told me in summer 2017 that I would become Content Manager of the European Planning Meeting – a high-profile annual event in AEGEE where crucial topics are discussed and new objectives for the whole network are set out – I would have only smiled. Same would I have done if someone had told me that my first trip abroad in 2018 would be to Armenia. I never particularly … Read more