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  • Aachen Adana Agrigento Alicante Amsterdam Ankara Athina Bakı Bamberg Banja Luka Barcelona Bari Beograd Bergamo Berlin Bialystok Bihać Bilbao Bologna Bratislava Brescia Brno Brussel-Bruxelles Bucureşti

    Budapest Burgos Cagliari Çanakkale Castelló Catania Chişinău Cluj-Napoca Coruna Cosenza Covilhã Darmstadt Debrecen Delft Den Haag Dnipropetrovsk Durham Düsseldorf Eindhoven Enschede Erfurt Erzincan

    Eskişehir Ferrara Firenze Foggia Frankfurt am Main Fribourg Gdańsk Gəncə Genova Gliwice Gold Granada Grodno Groningen Hamburg Hatay Heidelberg Helsinki Heraklio Iaşi Ioannina Istanbul Ivano-Frankivsk

    Izmir Kaiserslautern Karlsruhe Kastoria Katowice Kaunas Kayseri Kharkiv Kiel København Köln Konstanz Kragujevac Kraków Kyïv Las Palmas Leiden Leipzig León Leuven Lille Ljubljana Łódź London Lublin Lutsk Lviv

    Lyon Maastricht Madeira Madrid Mağusa Mainz- Wiesbaden Mannheim Maribor Messina Milano Minsk Moskva München Nantes Napoli Naxçıvan Nicosia Nijmegen Niš Nova Gorica-Gorizia Novi Sad Odessa Ogre

    Opole Osnabrück Oviedo Padova Palermo Paris Passau Patra Pécs Peiraias Piliscsaba Pisa Ploiesti Plzen Porto Poznań Praha Reggio Calabria Riga Rodos Roma Rostov-na-Donu Rotterdam Ryazan Salerno Samara

    Sankt-Peterburg Santander Sarajevo Sevastopol Sevilla Sheffield Sibiu Siena Skopje Sofia Stepanakert Stuttgart Sumqayit Tallinn Tarragona Tartu Tbilisi Tekirdag Tenerife Thessaloníki Tilburg Timişoara Tiranë

    EUROPEAN STUDENTS’ FORUM

    AEGEE Toolkit

    History

  • Aachen Adana Agrigento Alicante Amsterdam Ankara Athina Bakı Bamberg Banja Luka Barcelona Bari Beograd Bergamo Berlin Bialystok Bihać Bilbao Bologna Bratislava Brescia Brno Brussel-Bruxelles Bucureşti

    Budapest Burgos Cagliari Çanakkale Castelló Catania Chişinău Cluj-Napoca Coruna Cosenza Covilhã Darmstadt Debrecen Delft Den Haag Dnipropetrovsk Durham Düsseldorf Eindhoven Enschede Erfurt Erzincan

    Eskişehir Ferrara Firenze Foggia Frankfurt am Main Fribourg Gdańsk Gəncə Genova Gliwice Gold Granada Grodno Groningen Hamburg Hatay Heidelberg Helsinki Heraklio Iaşi Ioannina Istanbul Ivano-Frankivsk

    Izmir Kaiserslautern Karlsruhe Kastoria Katowice Kaunas Kayseri Kharkiv Kiel København Köln Konstanz Kragujevac Kraków Kyïv Las Palmas Leiden Leipzig León Leuven Lille Ljubljana Łódź London Lublin Lutsk Lviv

    Lyon Maastricht Madeira Madrid Mağusa Mainz- Wiesbaden Mannheim Maribor Messina Milano Minsk Moskva München Nantes Napoli Naxçıvan Nicosia Nijmegen Niš Nova Gorica-Gorizia Novi Sad Odessa Ogre

    Opole Osnabrück Oviedo Padova Palermo Paris Passau Patra Pécs Peiraias Piliscsaba Pisa Ploiesti Plzen Porto Poznań Praha Reggio Calabria Riga Rodos Roma Rostov-na-Donu Rotterdam Ryazan Salerno Samara

    Sankt-Peterburg Santander Sarajevo Sevastopol Sevilla Sheffield Sibiu Siena Skopje Sofia Stepanakert Stuttgart Sumqayit Tallinn Tarragona Tartu Tbilisi Tekirdag Tenerife Thessaloníki Tilburg Timişoara Tiranë

    They say that knowing history is basic not to repeat the mistakes of our past generations. This

    can be true for the general history, but for AEGEEans, knowing the history of our organisation is

    important for 2 reasons:

     To learn from what has been done in the past and get inspired!

     To be proud of our achievements and get inspired!

    AEGEE: Year by Year

    The association, originally called EGEE (États Généraux des Etudiants de l´Europe),

    holds its first event: An assembly in Paris of students from Paris, Leiden, London,

    Madrid, Milan and Munich, organised by founding president Franck Biancheri.

    Biancheri is inspired in the famous student movement back in 1950, where 5.000

    European students crossed the Franco-German border in Wissembourg, and

    marched to Strasbourg without any visa, calling for a united Europe for the future,

    as well as the constitution of a European assembly established through free

    elections.

    This gives him the idea of creating what today is the biggest student platform in the

    continent.

    The 16th of April 1985 is remembered as the day when EGEE was born. The

    foundation of AEGEE was a result of the EGEE 1 conference, which was

    organised in cooperation with five Grands Ecoles (Elite Private Higher

    Education institutions in France) in Paris with the aim to overcome the

    paralysis of the European integration process at the time. Soon all students

    involved want to turn the EGEE conference into an organisation being the

    platform for young Europeans. The aim of the founders is to create a

    platform for young Europeans to discuss European matters and present their

    ideas to both the European and national institutions.

    Due to the uniqueness of the idea, EGEE is able to stimulate many students

    to establish antennae in their cities.

    The short name "EGEE" derives from the

    Aegean sea, birthplace of democracy more

    than 2000 years ago, and les Étaux Généraux,

    the only democratic institution where normal

    people were represented in France, existing

    from the XV century, and which was at the

    origin of the French Revolution.

    1985

  • Aachen Adana Agrigento Alicante Amsterdam Ankara Athina Bakı Bamberg Banja Luka Barcelona Bari Beograd Bergamo Berlin Bialystok Bihać Bilbao Bologna Bratislava Brescia Brno Brussel-Bruxelles Bucureşti

    Budapest Burgos Cagliari Çanakkale Castelló Catania Chişinău Cluj-Napoca Coruna Cosenza Covilhã Darmstadt Debrecen Delft Den Haag Dnipropetrovsk Durham Düsseldorf Eindhoven Enschede Erfurt Erzincan

    Eskişehir Ferrara Firenze Foggia Frankfurt am Main Fribourg Gdańsk Gəncə Genova Gliwice Gold Granada Grodno Groningen Hamburg Hatay Heidelberg Helsinki Heraklio Iaşi Ioannina Istanbul Ivano-Frankivsk

    Izmir Kaiserslautern Karlsruhe Kastoria Katowice Kaunas Kayseri Kharkiv Kiel København Köln Konstanz Kragujevac Kraków Kyïv Las Palmas Leiden Leipzig León Leuven Lille Ljubljana Łódź London Lublin Lutsk Lviv

    Lyon Maastricht Madeira Madrid Mağusa Mainz- Wiesbaden Mannheim Maribor Messina Milano Minsk Moskva München Nantes Napoli Naxçıvan Nicosia Nijmegen Niš Nova Gorica-Gorizia Novi Sad Odessa Ogre

    Opole Osnabrück Oviedo Padova Palermo Paris Passau Patra Pécs Peiraias Piliscsaba Pisa Ploiesti Plzen Porto Poznań Praha Reggio Calabria Riga Rodos Roma Rostov-na-Donu Rotterdam Ryazan Salerno Samara

    Sankt-Peterburg Santander Sarajevo Sevastopol Sevilla Sheffield Sibiu Siena Skopje Sofia Stepanakert Stuttgart Sumqayit Tallinn Tarragona Tartu Tbilisi Tekirdag Tenerife Thessaloníki Tilburg Timişoara Tiranë

    Three EGEE working groups are formed: Sponsoring,

    Traineeships and Language Study.

    By the start of the academic year, EGEE has 26 branches

    and 6,000 members.

    EGEE hosts a series of thematic events all over Europe:

     A conference on cross-border developments in

    Nijmegen.

     A conference on relations between the Far East and Europe in Heidelberg

     The first European Space Weekend in Toulouse

     A conference on the pharmaceutical industry

    in Europe in Paris

     A conference on the European Monetary

    System in Munich

    Additionally, EGEE organises, together with the

    newspaper LE MONDE, the Night of the 7 European

    cities, broadcasting political debates about the future

    of Europe between students and high level politicians

    from seven different cities.

    When the European Semester is under the

    Presidency of France in 1984, the European

    Community is strongly criticized: Despite being an

    economic success, it is a social failure, seen as a

    bubble of Eurocrats in Brussels disconnected from

    society. President Mitterrand asks the European

    Commission to develop a report on how to involve

    the citizens in the European construction. This

    report “The Europe of Citizens” is developed by the

    Education Unit under the leadership of Domenico

    Lenarduzzi. In this report, the European Commission makes proposals like having a flag, an anthem, an EU

    driving license and one particularly special proposal: allowing students to carry out part of their studies in

    another EU country.

    However, countries such as France,

    Germany and the UK oppose the

    proposal due to the high costs which

    it would imply. At this moment, the

    leadership of EGEE is able to arrange

    a meeting with the French President

    Francois Mitterrand, who intends to

    use the meeting to give a speech to a

    group of young and docile students.

    Franck Biancheri and his Comité

    1987

    1986

  • Aachen Adana Agrigento Alicante Amsterdam Ankara Athina Bakı Bamberg Banja Luka Barcelona Bari Beograd Bergamo Berlin Bialystok Bihać Bilbao Bologna Bratislava Brescia Brno Brussel-Bruxelles Bucureşti

    Budapest Burgos Cagliari Çanakkale Castelló Catania Chişinău Cluj-Napoca Coruna Cosenza Covilhã Darmstadt Debrecen Delft Den Haag Dnipropetrovsk Durham Düsseldorf Eindhoven Enschede Erfurt Erzincan

    Eskişehir Ferrara Firenze Foggia Frankfurt am Main Fribourg Gdańsk Gəncə Genova Gliwice Gold Granada Grodno Groningen Hamburg Hatay Heidelberg Helsinki Heraklio Iaşi Ioannina Istanbul Ivano-Frankivsk

    Izmir Kaiserslautern Karlsruhe Kastoria